Do you care about the quality of the album artwork added to your digital library or is anything you get okay with you? If you do like to seek out the best artwork available for album artwork what are the tools and resources you use to find it. I use several as sometimes there are titles that are simply not easy to find a quality cover. My preference is a size of 1000 x 1000 with as high a dpi as possible Album Art Exchange - this is a well know resource with lots of quality titles and it is still my initial go to tool iTunes Get Artwork - I had stayed away from using this as most artwork I originally felt was inferior. However I had noticed that the quality and size of what has been used on iTunes has improved. I do always make sure I embed that artwork and don't just leave it linked to iTunes Tidal - I'm not sure how I came across this but Tidal provides an abundance of great artwork but requires a little work to get it. When you are on an album page select the album artwork. The next window will have a smaller icon of that artwork and some credits information. Select the small artwork icon again and a much larger image will appear by itself. Now do a screen capture of that image. You will end up with a high quality file that is approximate 1300 x 1300 at 144dpi. It will be a PNG file. I export that to JPEG into the folder I want to work from, downloads, covers, etc and them embed that with the file. This is great for old and new covers. Google Images - a simple search on Google Images for album covers with the tools modified to only include Large images (typically 1000 x 1000 or larger) has render decent results. AMG - some AMG images of covers will enlarge when selected and a provide a result in the 1000 x 1000 result range but it is hit and miss. Through those efforts I have been quite successful in getting the quality artwork I like to display for my digital library. What other resources do you use?