Most people agree that the K3b CD burner is an application done right -- it looks good, is not overly complicated, and most of all "just works" -- the fact that Novell adopted it for Novell Linux Desktop is icing on the cake. Well, the Katalog CD Organizer, a possible cousin to K3b, is KDE integration done right. People may know of gtktalog and cdcat, both are fine applications; Katalog, however, is more of a plug-in for KDE. It works by right-clicking and cataloguing a directory or external media to a XML data file. There is a katalog ioslave for viewing katalog files as if they were native file structures. Delete, rename, and even the find dialog works on the files. This program is, in my opinion, a fine example of how a program can be integrated into, and built upon, KDE's strengths.