I'm finally getting around to ripping all my CDs to my PC. I'm ripping them to lossless WMA and want to make two MP3 "mirrors" of the lossless files - likely 96kbps and 256kbps. I'm hoping I can end up with 3 directories at the same level \lossless\ \96mp3\ \256mp3\ and have a utility that will look at \lossless\ and convert everything in all subfolders to MP3 in \256mp3\, copying the directory structure, for example. As a bonus, I'd love to be able to rip off more CDs in the future, restart the batch conversion, and have it skip any existing MP3 files. I had a $30 program from "Riverpast" that did this, but the conversions from WMA to MP3 (using LAME) were full of bad skips. I've found a compule other batch conversion programs, but I haven't found another with the exact feature set I'm looking for.