You know, I found an unpublished (or maybe it was, and I didn't see it) feature of iTunes 7.
Especially useful for large libraries that may have multiple copies of the same song. (say you imported a bunch of mp3's and CD's)
Click on View -> Show Duplicates.
It finds all the Duplicates in your iTunes DB. This is a really nice feature.
I ran it on my huge iTunes library, and it found alot of dups. It also found some dups that I didn't want to get rid of, for example, two copies (or three) of the same song, one album, one live, or two live.
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