The lack of a simple shuffle/random feature on USB music playback has prompted me to code a small Windows application to hack my own no-repeat random playback in the Model S. I'm seeking 6 beta testers for evaluation. This program will require the following: - mp3 or flac files only - all files on root drive of USB device (no folder structure) - existing files are properly tagged - filenames are <artist> <title> only (i.e. "The Beatles - I Want to Hold Your Hand.flac") Please Note: The are many programs available to accomplish <artist> <title> naming convention. I'd highly recommend Media Monkey: http://www.mediamonkey.com What this program does: - Counts the number of media files (i.e. 750) - Randomizes 001 thru 750 and assigns each file a number - Retrieves file "Title" tag and changes to the assigned random number + Title (i.e. Title tag "Help" becomes "045 Help") - Retrieves file "Track Number" tag & eliminates it (Tesla keys on track # and Album tags to correctly title song thus defeating shuffling) - Renames file itself (i.e. "The Beatles - Help.flac" is renamed to "The Beatles - 045 Help.flac" - With playback, proper artist/album/image appears - Will play all 750 files in randomized non-repeating order. After all music has played thru once, it will repeat from 001 or you can reshuffle with TeslaShuffle program again. Please click my username to send a private message with your email address if you're interested in evaluating.