Here is my ultimate goal: I would like to build a music server and rip all my CDs to that server in the following way: For popular music CDs, one song = one file, with notable exceptions like albums that are designed to be played as an album (DJ sets, etc.) For classical music CDs, one composition = one file. I would, however, like to preserve the original movement breaks in a CUE file. This makes a lot more sense for classical music (and any type of music that is intended as one long composition. For example: Say I have a CD with 8 tracks: tracks 1–4 are Beethoven 1, movements 1–4; tracks 5–8 are Beethoven 3, movements 1–4. I would like to create two files—one for each symphony—from this CD, but within those files, I would like to have the breaks between the movements preserved in a CUE file, so if I wanted to burn a CD of Beethoven 3 and Tchaikovsky 6, for example, the track breaks between movements would still exist. I haven't found much info on CUE files, except for using them to rip one CD as one file, and then burn that one file to CD with the track breaks preserved. I was wondering if anyone around here might know a little more, and might be able to tell me if what I want to do is even possible. The music server is pretty far down the road, and by that point, it'll probably have evolved into a full-fledged HTPC, but it'd be nice to get an idea of whether or not I can even think about putting the CDs away in boxes.