It is very easy to knock Web2 Delight as being a "pretty face" but not being worth the somewhat steep cost, since there are plenty of other and less costly utilities that allow you to download video from iTube and probably other sources as well. True, but Web2 Delight also gives you a filing system for your videos not wholly unlike the way you use iTunes for your music and iPhoto for your pictures, and i. m. h. o. this by itself justifies the price of admission if you have a lot of video clips on your h. d. and need a tool for riding herd on them. It does have some rough edges. For ex., if you download music videos from iTube you might very well want to be able to set up playlists, but these aren't implemented And iTube is the only source where you can simply type in the URL of the video in question to initiate a download. Other sources get a bit more clumsy. I'd like a program that could download videos from any Web source where you specify the URL. Also, you can either have Quick Time run your videos or run them within the program. If you do the latter, there's no way to control the size of the window so lo-res. videos look horrible So there's plenty of room for improvement. But Web2 Delight is off to a good start. Let's hope the developers keep working to improve it.