Greetings, I have been ripping audio books CDs into mp3 files for a number of years now. I use the software Easy CD-DA Extractor 12 to read the audio book CDs and then convert the tracks on the CD audio book into one single file. Great. But there is one downside. If I upload these newly created mp3 file into iTunes and then sync them to my iPhone or iPod, instead of all the mp3 files ONLY showing up under the book title when I click on it from the main ALBUM screen, what actually happens is that each disc appears on the main ALBUM list as if each one represented an audio book instead of tracks from one audio book only. Now, the discs are number so it is not an issue with playing the audio book, but I would prefer that each disc ONLY show up if I click on the book title. In theory, after ripping all the book CDs into, let's say 10 single mp3 files representing the 10 discs, I could then take all 10 mp3 files and then merge them all together so that I have one file that represents all of the tracks of the audio book. But this method I do not favor. There must be an easier way to either have the CD tracks only appearing when you click on the ALBUM on the iPod; or, perhaps, one large mp3 file that includes all the discs from the audio book. I would prefer to have the individual CDs appearing when you click on the book title but I do not know how to make this happen with either my iPhone/iPod. I do not mind buying software that will facilitate this process though I am just as open to free software as long as it does not complicate the issue more than a program that I could buy. Feed back is appreciated. Thanks.