What's the best/easiest software to use to take my collection of CD's and convert them to MP3's? Of course I have CD Creator that can rip tracks, but then I have to manually rename "Track01.mp3" to something more sensible. I have seen people with WinAmp playlists and I know Apple's IPod seems to some how figure things out - but my needs are simpler. I just want to: - Pop in a CD - Have the software rip off all the tracks - Have the same software look up the names of all the songs and re-name the files or - Have the software let my type/scan in the UPC barcode and it goes to the net to get the artist/album/song and names the files to match. (Yes, I have all the original CD's and jackets). Ideally, each file would look like: Artist - Album - Song Title.mp3 but I would be happy if I just got the song title automatically. I know there is lots of shareware stuff, but I would be willing to go out and buy a CD Catalog software package for $50 or so if that would be more automated. So what is popular/works well for this?