I was happy to see this, as I'm one of the minority who still prefers the software player to the web version. Thanks Slacker for stepping up and fixing this issue. You have shown great loyalty to your customers and I'm happy with my premium subscription. Here's what was posted: "Hi everyone, We have just pushed out a small update to our web services that should fix the script error you all were seeing. We do apologize for the trouble that this has caused. Development on the actual Software Player has stopped at this time. If you wish to use the software player, please consider it "Use as your own risk". At any time it might stop working, and I'm not sure if I'll be able to get people to fix it in the future as quickly as we were able to this time. This is because we are constantly evolving as a company, and many projects we have going on require changes to our Website/Webservices/Servers, etc. Therefore, there will be a time that a change comes that we may not be able to resolve through other means. If you currently use a G1 or G2 player and use USB refresh, then I would recommend that you uninstall the Slacker Software Player and download and install the Slacker USB Station Refresher program. This has all the drivers needed to do USB refreshing. If you currently use the Software Player to transfer MP3 files to your Portable, you may do this with Windows Media Player instead (or use drag and drop). If you currently use the Software Player to listen to your saved radio tracks, you can do this with the Website as well. When you log in as a premium radio subscriber account, you will have the "Library" tab and all of your songs listed there. All in all, everything you could functionally do with the Software Player should be able to be done with the Web Player or Windows Media player. Again, this was a hard decision to make (Stopping the Software Player), but with how quickly we sometimes have to act on things, the Software Player was always lagging behind. And there were things we couldn't do with the Web Player without major changes to the Software Player. We hope over time you will come to see what I mean. I appreciate all of your comments and feedback, and I'm glad that we were able to restore the Software Player back to where it was last week. But, I do need to make sure to point out that I can't promise it won't break again in the future. Best regards, Rome E Slacker Support"