1. The Abbey Road Medley Obviously, nobody put a lot of thought into dividing this up to put it on iTunes. Nobody that I have ever met listens to "Polythene Pam" or "Carry That Weight" as standalone tracks, let alone would pay $1.29 each for them. Most MP3 players do not have gapless playback, so even if you buy the whole album on iTunes, you still get a split second of silence in between those tracks. Who wants that? The thing is, there are some gaps in the Abbey Road Medley, so it's not like they needed to just bundle side two as one file. The correct was to do this would be to make two combined tracks: - Sun King/Mean Mr. Mustard/Polythene Pam/She Came In Through The Bathroom Window - Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End There. You're done. This way, the album flows correctly, you don't get those nasty silences where you don't want them, and the tracks are at appropriate lengths for the price that you are paying. Which brings me to.... 2. "Her Majesty" should be free. $1.29 for a 23 second song. C'mon. What are you really losing if you just give the track away? If you priced it proportionately by the length of the typical Beatles song, "Her Majesty" would cost 15 cents. Just write it off. What's the worst that could happen? 3. The mono tracks Not all of them need to be released, but consider this: The last time that "I Want To Hold Your Hand" was released as a single was over twenty years ago as a CD3 single. Once that went out of print, the only way to get the superior mono mix of this song was to buy a very expensive box set (or buy a used copy on ebay). This is unacceptable. At the very least, the original U.K. singles need to be released on iTunes in mono, but, preferably, release all the tracks. The CD box set has already sold millions of copies. What more do they want? 4. The Capitol Albums Again, maybe not all of them (who really needs The Early Beatles?), but why should someone pay for an expensive box set just because they want the single-tracked vocal on "And I Love Her", the long "I'll Cry Instead", or the reverbed "I Feel Fine". You wouldn't even need to put all of the tracks out there. Just the unique ones. And, as a bonus, Yesterday...and Today could be released as an iTunes only release so that they can put that puppy to rest once and for all. 5. Let It Be...Naked Then, you could buy "The Long And Winding Road" and "Across The Universe" and be done with it. Hey, maybe they'd remaster it to 2009 specifications. Any other ideas?