I understand, and am disappointed by, the lack of Sonos index options due to hardware constraints inside the zones. In a DLNA server I can create whatever indices that I need to filter or sort my albums. I use MediaMonkey for this. Examples: * Ripped in the last 3 months * Ripped in the 6 months before that * Never played * Not played for the last year and a half * Played less than 3 times, and not for 6 months * and whatever other else I feel like The Sonos DTC will allow me to browse these DLNA indices. It will allow me to queue a track from there, and whole albums if I multi-select on all of its tracks. There are niggles and inconsistencies with the level of dlna support currently offered: * Album art is not displayed when browsing the index, and is not displayed in the queue or Now Playing screen when I queue from a DLNA index * The tracks are queued, and scrobbled to last.fm, using the albumartist tag, not the Artist tag as happens when using the Sonos-native indices * there is no power scroll facility, ie. type a character, and the index jumps to that point within the alphabet * The Genre sub-index goes Genre->Artist->Tracks ... but Genre->AlbumArtist->Albums->Tracks would be better, and more consistent with Sonos-native indices * There is no facility to queue a whole album, unless I multi-select all of its tracks .. this is especially time consuming when using the genre index as you have have to hover over each of the tracks to see where an album boundary lies.