I have only tried the Aeroplayer, so I can't compare to the others. I tried to find a copy of the Realplayer for Palm, but couldn't. I don't use Realplayer as my laptop player, not that it matters. Aeroplayer works fine for me... sounds great, has an equalizer, an easy playlist interface, all those great skins (I'm having fun collecting them from users, and the net... still want to find "Rough"), it can play in the background, and on and on. So I'm all set. You guys mentioned Kinoma... I have been unable to find a copy of the freeware version 4. The only copy I can find is the pay 4EX, and that requires an internet connection on my PDA. The Ique does not have internet, so I can't even buy it. If I find a copy of the free version, I may give it a try. But TCPMP works fine, so it is not important. I of course feel it is a shame that Palm is dying out. It is just my sort of program, as it is so open and customizable. And it interfaces with the GPS and maps in my Ique well, and from what I understand, better than other, newer, choices. When I looked for the driver for my 64 bit Windows 7 system, and found it, it was made by a third party supplier. From what I understood, they had bought the rights to Palm, and intended on producing units which ran on it. The driver is made by Aceeca, and they actually still make Palm PDAs... I think. Anyway, they have a site: aceeca.com I'll look and see if there is any mention of them on these forums, and if not, I'll start a topic.