"I looked around at other jukebox programs, and none of them really did exactly what I wanted. Either they had user interfaces that I didn't like, or they were far too complicated to install. Among other things, they all seem to rely heavily on MySQL. Sorry, but the fact is that when you're only dealing with ten or twenty thousand items, a database is overkill. Especially since these items change infrequently (how many CDs do you buy a week?) So Gronk is built almost entirely around static HTML pages: it goes through the MP3 files and the CDDB data, and constructs HTML representing all of the discs. When you add a new set of CDs, regenerate the pages. Even with my huge collection this only takes a few minutes." Neat, but heavy on the frames. Evil, evil frames.