Android, iTunes and iSyncr, oh my!
I am the happy owner of a Droid X, which is not jailbroken. It's currently running Android version 2.2.1. I also have been using iTunes (I know, I know) on my laptop, because I'm fairly happy with the way it has been organizing my music. The problem, of course, is getting iTunes to organize my music on the Droid. To this end I purchases an app called iSyncr quite a while back. It works by allowing you to set playlists in iTunes, and using those to move music across to your Droid.
Unfortunately, it doesn't do a great job. When I use the standard music player, if I look at the artists or albums, they are a jumbled mess. I suspect that the main problem is that I have a LOT of mix albums - electronica and house being more or less the mainstay of my music collection.
So my question is, does anyone know of a good way to organize my rather large music collection both on the laptop and on the Droid? And how about a decent music / media player for the Droid? If this requires me to abandon iTunes, so be it. I'm not happy in the direction it has been going anyway. I would like something that has a clean interface, and that will recognize and deal with mix albums. Also, it absolutely cannot insert an artificial pause when going to the next track, be it on CD or MP3, if there is not one there (mix albums again). Doing that makes Rallick a sad panda.
Any help is greatly appreciated!