Batman was certainly a phenomenon at the time! And I'm just beginning to get the joke. Jason, I had imported each disc into iTunes too. At the time I was trying to figure out a way to organize it too. But in the end, I left each disc as a separate album. So on my iPod, they are 15 albums and I know there's 5 albums per season. In my car, with the iPod connected, I can pick albums and just select the one I want to listen to. Pretty cool! At home, I either play through the Mac to the hi-fi or via the iPod to my older audio system in my home office. I had hoped there was a way to place all 15 albums in a folder that could be named Star Trek TOS Soundtrack set. But it seemed too hard.For Star Trek The Motion Picture, the La La Land 3 disc release, I managed to import all three discs and name it as one long album. That worked out great. I could try it again for the TOS discs. I think the trick there was using Gracenotes that numbered each track in chronological order as in each disc. So disc two and three each track is numbered consecutively from disc one. Also in iTunes, you have to tell it the track or album is part of a compilation. I didn't think I tried that for TOS.Gracenotes lists each TOS discs separately. So the numbering of tracks only goes per disc.