Okay, we all know by now I got the new 250GB Xbox 360 Slim for Christmas. I just started setting it up today and wanted to rip some music into it from my Itunes library. First off, you can plug in your Ipod via USB and the Xbox will recognize your Ipod and the music you have in it. Cool. Except for one thing. Music that you have purchased from Itunes will NOT play via Xbox. So, I remembered earlier you kind people told me that I would need to rip my music from my CD collection onto my Xbox. Long and tidies job but I suppose I can do that. So, I thought I would rip my "purchased" music onto some CD's and tried to play them on the Xbox that way. That didn't work either. When I popped the CD in the Xbox, it showed the songs, their titles, and what not. But it wouldn't play them. I first tried burning the CD via using Itunes MP3 burn, then Audio burn options. Both options didn't work. Question is, will it work if I use the correct CD to burn the music onto? Or is it not working because of the copy-written crap on there? If so, then how can I rip my CD collection onto the Xbox? The CD's I was trying to burn the library onto is called a DVD-R. Could this be part of my issue? What CD do I need to burn the music onto? Will this cure my problem, or am I stuck NOT being allowed to listen to my Itunes-purchased music? I have not yet tried to rip a normal musical CD onto the Xbox. Will do that later tonight. If that works, then it look's like I've got a long process ahead of me. Still, I'd love to be able to have my Itunes music on there. I've got well over 100-200 songs purchased from Itunes that I would like to play on the Xbox. Last question. Once you have music on the Xbox, can you play that music while playing your games instead of listening to the soundtrack that is already on the games? Oh and finally, on the Xbox Live thing, I am known as Tigertrack74.