I'm sceptical that the memory of my daily-used music player really is full. The 'memory full' message, that came up both on Deb's laptop and on the screen of the device itself, is highly frustrating, because I want to add a lot more albums. But I have no idea of what '8GB' represents in terms of how many tunes? or (more importantly) how many albums? I'm sure some Urbans will know -- please help. I haven't yet counted the albums I've already got (would need to start up Deb's laptop again to do that (I will later). But the total is definitely not more than over 100 -- probably an absolute maximum of 130 albums, from memory. On the box that the product came in, there's a circle saying '8GB' and '2000' against a musical symbol. But on the Philips site, I couldn't easily find anything saying how much music that actually is -- is 2,000 the number of tunes? In which case the device may well be full, or number of albums? In which case the device definitely is not full. At the moment on the device, I can only get as far as this message : 'Memory full. Connect to PC and delete some content' -- right now on the player, I can't get beyond this message to the list of artists/albums. Nor can I play any of them for the moment. That's not important for me on a Saturday, but it will be come Tuesday, when I go back to work! I'll (reluctantly) delete an album or two if I have to -- I have a couple of corrupted ones on the gadget for example. But I remain in doubt that the memory really is full with such a (relatively) small number of albums on the device Takeaway question then -- what is 8GB, memory wise, for albums??