There's a counter argument to the suggestion that the MP3 has meant music artwork is in decline. The fact that the average iPod now carries around the thumbnails for files means that the music purchaser is now more likely to have immediate access to an associated image. In many cases, they are literally inseperable. And, should they become detatched, a product like Amphonic Designs' Album Cover Finder resets that connection between the audible and visual. Thanks to Nicola for the tip-off.