OK, so I've downloaded your recording of the Rowan-Rice quartet. Here are some questions that have come up: -The directory for the Rowan-Rice was easy to find on tapers.org, because you posted the directory name in your post on SoWal. But, you didn't list the directory name in quite a few of your other SoWal posts. And the names on tapers.org are often a little cryptic. How to find them, too? -I'm wanting to convert the FLAC files to MP3, since I'll probably be playing them on my iPod mini, which only has 4GB and stays full to capacity. Yes, I'm willing to accept the fidelity loss. After Googling, I've found several conversion programs. Which is your favorite? -Similarly, I'd also like to burn audio CDs. I'd rather go straight from FLAC in one step, to preserve as much fidelity as possible. What is your recommendation for software for this? -It looks to me like I need the full dbPowerAmp suite - Music Converter, CD Writer, and Audio Player for 2nd and 3rd questions above. Then download FLAC and the other codecs. Correct? What's your opinion of dbPowerAmp? Thanks so much for your postings. They come on top of an already-flaming podcast addiction.