Greetings all; I hope this is the right forum for this question... I considered putting it in "Audio Hardware", but it's really a software question. I recently upgraded my PC from Windows 7 to Windows 10. I've been using ITunes for years, but as many of you probably know, the latest versions have been a garbage fire. "Plan B" is to try installing an older version of Itunes to see how that works, but I would rather find some newer software to do the tasks of ripping and playing music (doesn't have to be the same software, necessarily). I'm mostly looking to rip CDs to MP3 for convenience. They will be listened to primarily on my phone or on y computer speakers. If I want to listen to the full-bandwidth audio on my home stereo, I can play the CDs. If you feel obliged to point out that FLAC will give me better sound quality and that hard drives are cheap, please count to ten and read another thread instead. As I mentioned, I've been using ITunes for a long time, and it has a lot of features that I really like, so ideally, I'd like to find something that can do some or all of these. If the UI of the current ITunes wasn't such a crapshow, I wouldn't be switching, but it is, and I am. In approximate order of importance, here are what I consider my key requirements for a CD-ripper: Rip to MP3 in one step. I assume that most modern software will connect to freedb or some other online source to get album and track names, but the software I'm looking for must allow me to edit track/artist/album names before or after ripping. The UI for editing track names, etc., must be well-designed. One of the best features of Itunes was that you could rename an entire album (or box set) without taking your hands off the keyboard. Ability to add custom album art. Ability to join tracks, before or after ripping. Automatic organization of your files... I really liked the option Itunes had to (a) rename the MP3 files so the files play in the correct order when sorted alphabetically, and (b) organize everything in folders by artist and album, even if you were copying the files from another place on your hard drive. For a PC music player, my needs are pretty simple. I don't even use that many playlists, so primarily I just want to pick an album or artist and play the tracks in order or shuffled. As mentioned above, I want the ability to edit track names and album artwork after the files have been ripped. Ability to join tracks after they've been ripped would be ace, but I know that's always dicey with MP3s. If there are any applications that offer the IPod feature of "Shuffle Albums" (i.e. play each entire album start-to-finish, but select the albums in a random order), I love that feature, but it doesn't seem to be very widely-implemented. Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions.