I fully realize that I may be to dense to use the product, and my gripes are unfounded. If this is the case I appreciate if anyone can tell me how to resolve these problems. I have a zune hd. 1. Constant re-indexing anytime I shut off the vehicle that takes anywhere between 5-30 minutes. I've had it take most of an hour before. Restarting the zune has no effect. It doesn't matter if the car was parked over night, or if I just stopped to get gas. It has to re-index. 2. When it does finish re-indexing, the menus don't categorize by genere, which leaves podcasts and audio books undiscoverable. I've switched to usb sticks, but that has limitations such as: 3. No way to fast forward or rewind. Really? This leaves the Sync interface less functional than a cassette tape player, and no way to get back to where I was at in a podcast or audio book without starting from the beginning. Sure, if I hold down the skip ahead button on the wheel controls or in the touchscreen, it can skip 2 seconds at a time, but takes about 1.5 seconds to skip in each 2 second block, in a 3 hour podcast that still takes a significant amount of time to get halfway through, time I should be focused on operating the vehicle. 4. Even with the media loaded onto usb flash drives, I still dread stopping for any reason on my commute, because it often loses it's place in the audio file, or if for some reason you have 2 usb devices, may chose to start playing the other device. 5. Random vehicle health report reminders interrupting things. 6. App platform is closed and there is a complete lack of development. It would be great if they would open their app platform for development, maybe a 3rd party media player could be developed, accessport could tie into the native display, ect. If anyone can describe how to successfully fast forward a lot of my gripes will go away. As it is I'm looking at canceling my zune music subscription, (I've loved the service until now) sticking my ram mount to the touch screen (it's a nice smooth flat surface) and using my phone over bluetooth for all media.