I want to get some of your opinions before I proceed with this project. I have about 400 music CDs in my collection. What I want to do is rip the favorite songs from those CDs to WAVs. Yes, I know WAVs take lots of space, and I'm prepared for that, but I want the music to sound as good as the actual CDs. I will rip them on my computer located in our home "computer room". Then I want to get several DVD-RAM discs, and back them up. Then, I am going to install a small footprint PC in the room containing my stereo receiver. On that small footprint PC, I will use the DVD-RAM disk backups to "restore" those WAVs. This way, I will basically have 3 copies of my WAVs, cause I intend to get rid of all those CDs once this is accomplished, and I sure don't want to lose those files. I understand I can get a mini-plug to RCA "Y" cable that will allow me to hook the small footprint PC to an AUX port of the stereo receiver, and play the WAVs through my home stereo receiver and speakers. I am looking for software that will allow me to, in essence, set up a PC Jukebox. At first I thought WMP would suit fine, but I read on Microsoft's website that a transfer via backup from PC to PC would not work, so that's out. I am currently looking at WinAmp. I want to be able to sort my music by artist, song, and genre. I want to be able to create, save and play playlists. And then move those files and playlists between PCs. And that's about it. Don't need nothing fancy. My questions are: Is there possibly an easier way to do this? How would WinAmp suit my needs? Is there a better software out there that would do this? This is sort of new to me, but sounds like a good idea, if it can be done. I've also read there are wireless solutions - attach a USB transmitter to my "computer room" PC; then attach the receiver to ummmm the stereo receiver, but I'm afraid the quality would not be as good as direct connect. Thanks for all advice.