Hi, I love Windows Media Center, I use it everyday. I have religiously tagged all my ALBUMS to be as I want them. When I play them, I get that lovely background of all my album arts slowly tracking downwards as the waterfall wallpaper. BACKGROUND: The other day, I decided to add all my SINGLES to my Music Library. I added them with the performer's name as the Artist and Album Artist tag and ~Singles~ for the Album tag. Media Player/Center created a separate ~Singles~ tile for each artist. That was too much, it was clogging my browsing. I changed Album Artist to ~SinglesArtists~. That helped, but if the album art differed, it still tended to create separate tiles. So I embedded the same album art (an image that said "Singles") into all 1200 files. That worked. One tile for all 1200 songs under Artist or Album. PROBLEM: When I went to play anything, the album art background waterfall becomes mostly that Singles image. Yes, I have 1200 singles files, but I also have about as many album files as well. But nope, instead of that beautiful, colourful mishmash of all my albums, it was 80% this Singles image. I removed the Singles folder from my Music library for now, and thankfully, the Singles album art immediately disappeared, it's back to just albums. I would like to have all my singles in the Media Center library, because it would be nice to browse and listen to them via remote control. I wish there was a toggle for each folder included in the Music library: Show album art in Waterfall or not. I have no idea how to proceed. Any ideas? First world problem.