Name: This is the name of the device as you wish it to appear in iTunes.
Synchronization pattern: The three choices are iTunes, Artist Folder, and Flat. I left it on iTunes, but if you like the shortest presentation of your track titles, choose Flat.
Music folder: This is the folder the tracks are to be put in on the handheld device. On my Palm, the actual path to the folder was N:/Music. iTunes Agent looks first for an identifier and then the path to the music folder when it starts to sync. The easiest way to set this folder is to hook up the device so that it appears in Windows Explorer and then click "Choose" in iTunes Agent and actually navigate to the folder you want to use. Again, "Music" is the default. If you leave this blank, iTunes Agent will dump your tracks on the root directory of the device.
Recognize by folder/file: This is the identifier that iTunes Agent looks for. Depending on the device, it will be either a file or a folder. To set this up, click "Create" and navigate to the root directory of the device.
Associate with playlist: Leave this at the default of "Use device name" if you want your handheld to appear to appear in iTunes under "My Devices." You can also click the droplist and select any other playlist folder in iTunes.