I suggest that the Tesla entertainment system should display USB recordings (songs) in the same order that they appear on the copied original music source (for example, a CD). That is by Track number, not alphabetically and not randomly. This is presently not the case. I have a USB memory stick with many folders. (Each folder may represent a CD that has been copied, for example.) Each folder contains one or more individual recordings (the songs on a CD, for example). Every recording has a track number. These are in the order that the recordings appear on a CD. In every folder, recordings are stored on the USB stick in order of track number, for example: 1, 2, 3, 4. Some recordings have the actual song title associated with every track. For example: "1 Rudolf", 2 Silent Night". Other recordings (old ones) do not have an actual song title and, instead list "Track __" where the song title would be. For examples: "1 Track 1", 2 Track 2", "3 Track 3". The Tesla entertainment system displays the order of the folders properly: in alphabetical order plus numbers at the end, as the right side of the display suggests For recordings with actual song titles, the Tesla entertainment system displays the recordings within a folder in alphabetical order, not in the order that they appear on CD which is the order of the track numbers.. For recordings without actual song titles, the Tesla entertainment system displays the recordings in seemingly random order, not in the order that they appear on CD and not in the order of the track numbers.. That is, although a folder is ordered Track 1, Track 2, Track 3, the Tesla may display Track 2, Track 1, Track 3. This does not coincide with an alphabetical order nor with numerical order.