No matter what I do unless I build a specific playlist for each individual song I cannot find a way to make iTunes repeat a single song infinitely. I guess I'm strange, but I like to listen to one song on repeat until my mood/mindset/etc changes. WinAmp fuckin' owns for this - get your settings right, double click on the file and it'll repeat until your speakers die. Not to mention it isn't all dependent on ID3 tags, which are a PITA for someone whose MP3 collection dates back to 1997. I have found a use for my PC laptop now. Any where I take my PowerBook, I take my Toshiba laptop. It plays MP3s without dicking me around in iTunes, doesn't make me have my files situated perfectly for it. It also has this unique thing called a stop button; fucking innovative, I know. It makes it so much easier to stop listening to a song by having a stop button instead of having pause iTunes, minimize it and then close of from the dock. And I ain't even touching the problem about ripping songs with Quicktime, which is still a shittier application than Real. End rant.