That's it. Since it's a peer-to-peer filesharing thing, you have to download and install their software, then you can search your 'peers' for the files and download them, making them available for others to upload. Unlike a lot of other file sharing programs, this one comes free of spyware, addware, and all the other crap that seems to infest my kid's computers, who use LimeWire, Kazaa, and similar programs. FurthurNet only supports sharing for groups who have given permission to have their live performances recorded and shared on the Internet, so the list of groups is limited and you won't find the latest Brittany Simpson or some such album out there. Unfortunately you won't find Hot Tuna, either, and the Hot Tuna interludes in a lot of Airplane concerts have been removed because while their policy allows taping, it only allows sharing via CD's and tapes, not Internet. But the Airplane is there, as well as Quicksilver, LOTS of Grateful Dead, Garcia Band, Weir, Lesh, Janice Joplin, and more. And, with broadband becoming more widely used, more and more video stuff is showing up as well. I'm still working on how to make all the stuff I've downloaded in the past available now that I've had to reinstall everything. I've got over 30gb of stuff, which is way more space than I have available on my webserver so I only post a few things there that I'm sure people on this forum would enjoy. Oh well, I'm rambling again... back to disk-recovery tasks!