Now this plugin has been around since 2004 but it has gone through some updates and it has become a popular plugin for those who don't like or just wish not to use Apple's iTunes anymore. It's called ml_ipod, and it's for Winamp 5. Reason, "Because Winamp 5 does your music better". Well that what has been said. So if no one knew about this little jem or heard about it but never thought of using it, here be the info. The newest version of this plugin is version 1.31 released on 1/5/2006 Now this plugin lets you copy your songs be it MP3, MP4 or AAC to your Windows iPod. It does transcoding of incompatable files, it has iPod Shuffle support, full-album autofill, smart playlists, playlist support, reverse & forward sync and a host or other goodies. This newest version has: * Fixed error messages on ejection * Fixed ml tree items handling * Fixed size rounding * Fixed compatibility issue with Anapod Explorer that caused 100% CPU usage * Updated CVS for easier compilation And if you do switch from iTunes then here are 2 more plugins that might help the migration. The iTunes database importer and the M4P input plugin. These will let you import your library from iTunes (so you don't lose any playcounts, ratings or anything) and play back music purchased with the iTunes Music Store. You Can Download the Latest Version of the iPod plugin Here Here be the ml_iPod site so you can read all the info on this plugin. http://www.mlipod.com/ And it's page at Winamp dot com. http://www.winamp.com/plugins/details.php?id=138888 And Winamp's own download link. http://www.winamp.com/plugins/detai...om/customize/component/2004/2/5/P/ml_ipod.exe And as always, feedback is welcome.