I've been told this is a BIG "no-no", but when I write screenplays, I mention songs that may go with the action on screen. Even before Tarantino, I always liked the link between music and film, and thought the songs chosen(if any) could have a big impact on the "feel" of your script. Now, I realize there are copyright issues and that a director or producer couldn't give two squats about what music you, as the starry-eyed screenwriter, would want in your film, but do you guys frown on this practice when writing your own stuff? I find it helps me to shape the tone I'm looking for in certain scenes. I even go as far as to create my own soundtrack for each screenplay in my iTunes library. lol. Am I nuts?