Nothing to do with Hybrid. But just had to say if you can get your hands on Wavelab 3c (PC Win32) from Steinberg. It's 'DA BOMB' for creating audio CD's. Especially for mix or live CD's. It allows you to import a MP3 or WAV file and add CD track markers with actually physically editing the file. You can then set each track to have no pauses between them and burn it to CD. You end up with a mix or live CD where you can skip tracks but when you playback all in one go there is not glitches between tracks. It rules!
I used it to burn Jason Dunnes Bedlam Mix using the track changeover times guide that was posted on this list.
Sorry for the off topic post but I had to let you guys know about this most valuable tool ;)
[Jason F says: You can also do this in cd architect for sonic foundry's sound forge... although cd architect is not supported in sound forge 5.0, only 4.5.]]]