Anyway, I created a WinAmp 2.x-compatible skin (I haven't installed WinAmp 3 yet, but if there's enough demand for a 3.x-compatible version of this skin I might have to track it down and give it a try). I also did a version with no logo on the title bar, which looks perhaps a bit more "authentic." It's set up so the file can just be tossed in the "WinAmp\skin" folder, at which point it will appear in the list of skins. Users of XMMS under Linux can change the extension to ".zip" and use it with XMMS, too. Download links and some screenshots are below.