So here it is, not even 4:00am in the morning (now that's kinda redundant, isn't it? it's not like it'd be 4:00am in the afternoon, right?? :laugh, and I've been surfing the web for well over an hour. This is the curse of working the night shift, even on my off days (nights?) I'm up all night. Anyway, I'm visiting a church's website, and have clicked on their online sermon page. Started listening to a sermon that I kind of liked and thought I'd download it. I right click the link, select 'save target as...' and select the folder to save it in. It downloads in like 2 seconds, so I think something is fishy. I go to said folder and look for the file name, and there it is, but with the .wax extension after the file name. What's up with that? I have never seen it before. Haven't been able to find a whole lot of info about it online, so I thought I'd turn to the experts here for assistance. What exactly, pray tell, is the .wax extension, and what does it do?? Inquiring minds need to know!!! As always, thanks in advance for any info provided.