Over the past six months I've been working on some software that manages your MP3 tracks on the RNS-E. The idea came about from seeing lots of posts on this forum about how best to manage tracks and playlists on SD cards with the RNS-E, as well as myself wanting to automate a lot of the process. This idea rapidly snowballed and now I've created a Windows-based application called RNS-E MP3 Manager, that performs the following: - Rips tracks from audio CDs into MP3s at all bit rates with tag editing using the acclaimed LAME encoder; - Uses the freedb.org website to automatically offer artist, album and track titles for the ripped tracks; - Organises tracks into M3U playlists, with the MP3s stored in a folder on the root of the SD card, and the playlist on the root for the RNS-E to play; - Has a "one-click" process, where - assuming a CD is in your default CD drive and an SD card placed inside a reader (marked as a removable drive in Windows) - all the tracks will be ripped, named, added to a playlist and then copied to the SD card. The user interface appears on the screen as the RNS-E itself, with all the controls inside what is the screen (note that the RNS-E buttons are blanked out - they may well be used in a future release!): Using SourceForge.net, I've created a project on it from which you can download version 1.0.1 (four of my friends/colleagues have helped debug 1.0.0!). This is a Beta release, which means that it is working but may still contain faults. I'm keen for people to try it out and post any feedback, ideas or report any bugs. There are also six HTML help pages provided, but it is very straightforward to use. On SourceForge there is a bug tracking facility and forum to provide this, or you can post here and I will continue to check this thread. Bug fixes are the priority right now, but I'll do my best to incorporate any new features people think of and then newer releases will be provided. Please go to the following URL to download the application: http://sourceforge.net/projects/rnse-mp3-mgr/ The source code for 1.0.1 is also available on this site. If anyone here is experienced in writing applications in Visual Basic 6.0, and wants to get involved, please PM me and I can set you up as a developer on SourceForge for this project. PLEASE NOTE: This is not commercial software. It is a freeware project and as such is completely free to download and use but at your own risk. Any thoughts/comments/feedback welcomed!