For anyone with experience burning cd's - this one is for you: I recently ripped a whole bunch of training audio cds onto my laptop using Windows Media Player 11. I burned them by creating Playlists for each CD so that I knew which cd was which. Now I wish to burn them to a CD however, when I do, they don't play when its done creating. I see that it burns in WPL format (windows playlist), anyone know how I can covert these files and burn onto a CD-R so that I can play them in my car cd player? I don't have the original cd's now as I gave them back to my director. I commute 45min each way to work daily and would like to be able to listen to them in the car rather than being attached to my laptop. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Note: The copyright police should just ignore this posting - yes it's illegal, yes it's wrong, but seriously, who doesn't burn cds these days?