I download a podcast from a call-in talk show and I just want to be able to cut out certain clips of it and save to a smaller file. Would be nice to be able to attach together my favorite clips to a file, but whatever. So I do a search for mp3 editor and I get several links to download trial versions of cool-edit like programs that do everything under the sun (fade, filter, splice and dice) and except what I really want. I'm wondering if I would be better off getting a utility that converts to wave and then edit with soundrecorder.exe (comes standard with Windows 2000) and then convert back to mp3. Its just talk radio, so I don't really need stereophile quality.