Since getting my hearing back recently, I've quite enjoyed using Audacity to save audio onto the PC. I have literally dozens of cassette tapes....even reel-to-reel tapes from over 50 years ago...that I've not been able to enjoy for the past 30+ years. So, now, I'm like a kid in a candy store! But, I'm having an issue...maybe more than one...when it comes to transferring content to CD/DVD. Here's the main one: When I enter the metadata for the songs, for example, even though the tracks are numbered beginning 1 - X, when it comes to playback, the tracks seem to get played willy-nilly and not in the numbered order. In fact, the number of the track doesn't even show up in the "files to be burned" list. This is a problem more so if I try to burn it as an Audio disc. If I burn as a Data disc, it works more consistently. This is a major problem when I've created a Menu with the start times of the tracks for a label. (Yes, I have a printer that can print onto printable discs. ) So, the question: Is there something I'm missing when setting up the burn, or, is there a workaround to make this work? The next question: Even though I'm using 80-minute CDs, and even though the burn shows 20 minutes left on the CD, I'm getting a warning that Windows cannot burn some of the files. The ones that are affected are the tracks from an album that's 60 +/- minutes in length. These files are in MP3 format. Is there a solution for this or do I have to use the Data option instead of burning as an Audio disc?