I currently have a 40GB Nomad ZEN. I have a desktop PC with a 40GB hard drive that I basically use for all of my .mp3's. The PC itself is on the brink of crashing so I don't use it for much else. The CD burner it has is broken. The software for my Nomad ZEN is also installed on it. So after I buy a new CD, for example, I convert the tracks to .mp3 format and import the tracks to my ZEN from this particular PC. Here's my question... I have a brand new laptop but I don't want to install my 5,000+ .mp3's on this new computer. However, the laptop has a working CD burner. And occasionally, I like to make a random mix CD. What's the easiest way to go about doing this? If I install my ZEN software onto my laptop, is it going to export all of the tracks on my ZEN onto this hard drive?? Or I select which tracks I want imported? i.e., let's say I want to make a random ALTERNATIVE mix CD. Does anyone know off-hand if I select which tracks I want to export? Or is it automatically going to load the entire library onto my hard? ...installed a new CD burner onto the old desktop sound easy enough but I don't trust it. If anyone has this software or this particular .mp3 player and could assist me... I'd totally appreciate it. Scott.