I was chatting on AIM and saw a little ad about getting a free AOL email account, and then there was a Netzero ad on the radio about the same thing, and transferring and all that. Anywho... I decided to look into it, and oddly enough AOL has take 98% of their pay-for services and made them absolutely free to the entire 'net using public. (How they'll keep revenue at this point is beyond me, but okay.) In my readings, I found a program that's called AOL Open Ride...and it has blown me away. A browser with tabs. Email handler (like Outlook Express). AIM Triton. Media Player (which can access your own files, or give you access to online media.) XM Radio. And yes, it's all free. You can even log in on an AIM screen name. (Though some features will be disabled.) Well hell, I'll shut up and let the program speak for itself.... Notice the little blue sphere in the middle? Grab it with the mouse, and drag it in any direction you wish, so you can make any of the 4 panels full screened and still have access to other panes! There's gotta be a catch, but I've yet to find one, and I scoured it.