Can anyone help? Have got a nice shiny W800i, but my love affair with it is going to be short lived if I can't resolve getting music onto it easily! My (PC) music is mostly in WMA lossless format, with a mixture of remaining files in MP3 format ranging from 320kbps, down to 128kbps files. The provided Sony software disc2phone works fine in transferring the MP3 files, downsampling, and placing them on the phone just fine. However, disc2phone doesn't even see WMA files, so that's a non-starter for me. The W800i is supposed to understand WMA though, so I thought I'll just use the Sync function in Windows Media Player 10. After a bit of a faff with it throwing server exceptions until I'd installed a DVD decoder (uh?), I managed to get it to downsample WMA lossless files to the W800i. However, the W800i media player complains then that the files haven't been copied using the disc2phone software. Well duh, I can't do that because it doesn't even see WMA files! I've used the same folder structure as Disc2phone uses, and the files are properly tagged. How on earth am I supposed to get WMA files onto this thing? It took an age to rip everything to WMA lossless, and I have no intention of doing that again. Is the W800i a white elephant? Can it not support WMA files? Am hoping that with some gadget minded audio people here, that someone will have sussed this. Without WMA support and an easy way of syncing files to the phone, the W800i is going to be useless to me. Please help! Simon P.S. Having sorted out WMA player so that it will downsample WMA lossless, it has now decided that it can't downsample MP3 @ 320kpbs. Hmm, not a great experience so far!!!