How often do you check for new episodes? Manual or automatically? Automatically, I am set for 60min interval, I have gpodder running as a tray icon at all times. To how many channels are you currently subscribed to? 21 8 are audio the rest are video Do you leave your episodes in gPodder or export them using "save as"? I leave them in gPodder, I rarely I want to keep a local copy Do you use the iPod/MP3 player or Bluetooth sync feature? With what? I use the bluetooth with my motorola A910. I have a rio karma but not got it working on ubuntu yet so not sync'd to that yet its something I would like to do in the future. Have you written custom scripts/utilities to fix gPodder annoyances? No I am not a programmer just a power user Have you had problems with some feeds? (missing pubdate, length,...) Yes, on a couple of occasions gpodder reports not being able to download several of the feed files other applications find the feed files okay. Deleting the feedcache.db file seems to work as a work around to fix this. I have also had two occasions were gpodder reported zero length on files in a feed. This was just before gpodder started reporting it couldn't find that feed file. Are you using other podcast-related services that could be integrated into gPodder but currently aren't? Only podcast alley for finding new podcasts to try. There are so many podcast directories I was surprised to see you talking about building a directory into gpodder. I would have thought it would be better to not reinvent the wheel and integrate an existing directory. Have you been using gPodders ogg-to-mp3 conversion feature for iPods? No Are you running the SVN version of gPodder or which released version? No I'm not sure how to do that I use the 64bit package off getdeb. Overall I love gPodder it seems a have a few quirks which I am hoping will be fixed in forthcoming releases. Personally I would like to see it working solid with no issues rather than adding more functionality eg podcast directory. When I switched to Linux I missed the juice podcast receiver I used under Windows. For a while I used hpodder but gpodder is the closest replacement I have found. Keep up the good work guys.