I currently am using Foobar. I must not be computer literate enough because I could never figure out how to use the add-ons to get a nicer and easier to use interface. In addition every time I add another FLAC file to my music directory FOOBAR doesn't automatically find it on its own, I need to re-direct it to the music directory and add files, so it goes through the entire search again and picks it up. Yes FOOBAR sounds great but it doesn't look as snappy as I would like right out of the box nor is as easy to locate files or albums on. I end up having to scroll through my entire collection which is pretty large and getting larger so this process is limiting what I am listening to. For the above reasons I am wondering if I should bit the bullet and buy JRivers, which seems to have a nicer looking and easier to use interface right out of the box, similar to iTunes. My assumption is that JRivers plays a wider selection of formats than iTunes and the quality of playback is on par with FOOBAR and therefore is a major upgrade to iTunes. Are these correct assumption? Will I also have an easier time right out of the box with JRivers and not need to figure out a complex set up that requires lots of additional add-ons to customize the interface. If so then the money spent on JRivers seems worthwhile. Can someone also list in their opinion the pros and cons between Foobar / JRivers.