I transferred a couple MIDI files to my new Pocket PC (IPAQ 2210--PPC2003 Premium) using ActiveSync, then tried to open them on the PPC with Media Player 9. I was surprised that they wouldn't open, "unrecognized file type", etc. Since Pocket PC seems to be increasing support for audio, WMP9, etc., I'm surprised that it seems as if it can't handle MIDI. Is that correct, or did I do something wrong? MIDI actually takes much less processor strength than audio. MIDI was actually present (although not with a built-in softsynth, of course) back in the DOS days, x86 processors. I'm sure the current PPC processors are much stronger than the average processor for a DOS machine in 1985! Anyone know something about this? Is there any MIDI capability in PPC 2003? Is there a built-in softsynth, such as the "Microsoft GS Synthesizer" in Windows XP? Thank you.