I would very much like to transfer my CD collection onto my laptop and/or external 120 GB hard drive. I'm sick of bring a huge wallet of CD's into my car with me to listen to my music (most of my music listening is done while I'm driving or at coffee houses). I plan on buying a new car stereo head unit that plays CD-R's encoded in MP3 format and I therefore need a recommendation for software to build my library of MP3's on my hard drive. I already have the basic version of Music Match which came with my new Dell laptop. I've loaded about 15 CD's on to it, however, I have not been able to access the songs successfully. Whenever I load up the Music Match program, I see my library of songs (organized by artist) and try to select which one I want to play. For example, if I want to listen to Radiohead, I'll select the appropriate album and then the appropriate song. However, whenever I do so, the computer says that it cannot find the song that I want to play. I can, however, go into the file which contains all of the actual MP3's and select them manually. I don't want to do that because it's a pain and the file is not organized. The only real requirement that I'm looking for in software is the ability to organize my MP3's into a library and to select the bit rate at which I'd like to encode the songs. I don't need downloadable skins, album covers, recommendations, etc. What might the best solution be?