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I just burned my first non-Toast non-built-in-CDRW disc (I have an external Que! drive) using OS X 10.1's "burn" feature right from the Finder!! I simply dragged and dropped my encoded mp3s onto the blank disc icon (which cooly states "CDR" on it) and then hit "BURN" (baby, burn!). A few (more than a few actually) minutes later... waala! Presto! No-Toast needed. BUT, it does appear that in reality the OS X is simply FIRST creating a new folder on the hardrive that LOOKS like a CD-R icon so when you throw your files onto the CD icon, at first it is actually "copying" the files to the 'folder'. Only once the CD is burned will the quasi-folder disappear (I hope .... I've looked in the hidden folders to see if the bastards left it behind .... so far so good).