the xmplay.com site and un4seen.com xmplay frame are confusing - if one is looking for xmplay, it's a roundabout trip to un4seen.com where the introduction is... the following website comments make more sense if you go to xmplay.com (which says "this way for xmplay" and "that way for un4seen") and don't already know about un4seen.com
I'd like to see - very near the beginning of the site
what versions of Windows it works on?
the un4seen page http://www.un4seen.com/
says "Win32" which ambiguously means "98SE forward", "Win2K forward", or "XP forward", depending on who uses it. (actually xmplay.txt in the download says "Win95 forward")
AND (I know this is a joke, but...)
what formats does it play?
seriously, you have to read between the lines to figure out it uses plugins and can therefore play a ridiculous number of formats, yet a couple of relatively common ones (drm) don't work. Home page, please? (later - the un4seen page has a fair start at this).
Farther down the list, more than one skin. Not necessarily newest, but a representative range, from spartan to grotesque. Especially if you have skins that look like standard windows, show them. The present one with the bulbous blue watchglass and icons that look like brand names resembles a particular kind of butt-ugly styling I associate with programs that don't work, (yeah, just personal taste, but based on 10 years of windows music software), but anyways I'm looking for something small, utilitarian, and that DOESN'T ANIMATE!