Still a thorny issue, with Apple seeming to do their best to make life hard for all us iTuners. But a question:- Is it possible by AppleScript or any other means, does anyone know, to add album artwork into iTunes as if it had been downloaded. I.e. so iTunes adds the artwork into its Album Artwork system rather than embedding it? This used to be possible with a neat app and use of a web proxy, but Apple obviously got wind of this and promptly closed the 'loophole' by encrypting the communication session when retrieving artwork from the iTunes Music Store. Why do that? Just bloodymindedness if you ask me. Anyway... I can see the 'downloaded' property in iTunes' dictionary, but it's 'read only' and in any case, would undoubtedly need more than that. Does anyone know, is it possible, by hook or by crook, to tell iTunes to accept an image for an album and add it into the Album Artwork folder structure?