· How is the music organized on the player? Is it easy to find a given tune?
The music organization is very flexible. This is the player's strongest feature.
You can create free-form trees of hierarchical playlists, or you can organize by artist and album. You can also do both at the same time without wasting any disk space on duplicated songs.
You can also perform alphanumeric searches by song, by artist, by album, by genre, or by year. You can queue up songs, jukebox-style, without interrupting playback of the current song.
You can listen to your albums in strict sequential order, or you can shuffle the entire player's contents. The capacity is so large that you can shuffle the player's root directory and take a cross-country trip without hearing the same song twice.
If you hear an artist you like, you can press a key and it will randomly select another song by the same artist. You can also do this by album, genre, or year.
It's so flexible that it changes the way you listen to your music. No longer are you limited to the CD/Track mentality (although you're welcome to use it that way if you prefer). You are fully in control of your entire music collection. It's like being the program director of a radio station that plays only your favorite songs.