Yes I did a quick search of the forums because I imagine this comes up a lot. I use my clip zip for audiobooks all the time. For a while my library carried most new releases as an MP3 Audiobook and that was easy as pie. Unfortunately with the advent of everything downloadable they aren’t carrying this format as much and so I find myself with 12 CDs. I have figured out that if I rip the CDs in Windows media player, and then go back and individually renumber each track, then rename the cds so they all have the same name and consecutive numbers, I can then drop the audiobook in my clip’s audiobook folder and it plays fine. What I am hoping for advice on is a way to make the renumbering/renaming process easier. A google search netted me a variety of freeware/shareware that are renamers, joiners, etc. But you guys know the clip and I know from reading other posts some of you use some of these other softwares to “fix” tags and files… I am not a computer guru but I get the basics. I recently checked out an audiobook with 8 CDs and each CD has 95 tracks (I guess if you are using a CD player it makes it easier to backup or find your place). I don’t want to manually rename all those tracks. Can you point me to the type of program that will help me the most?