I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or if there is a problem in PSP9. As far as I remember, before PSP9, if you had video in the show, you had to manually insert volume points to change the background music volume while the video played. In PSP9, it appears that video is automatically recognized and that the background volume is automatically reduced to 50% for the video. However, the volume points that are automatically created cannot be changed, so if you want the volume to be, say, lower, you have to manually add other volume points to, in effect, "override" the 50% pre-set. No problem there. However, as far as I can tell, once I manually insert volume points, they PERMANENTLY lock in on the soundtrack. For example, if I delete a video and then delete all the volume points that I inserted to reduce the volume during that video, the volume reduction is still there, although it's now out of place because there is no video. No volume points show on the soundtrack, but the volume reduction shows in the soundtrack soundwaves and you can hear the volume reduction. Am I just missing something? (More often than not the problem is me and not PSP). Thanks for any help.