I can think of some things to do to make the iTunes window more acceptable.
* You can adjust the size of both the main widows and the columns to suit your needs.
* You can set the text size preferences to get more on screen.
* In GENERAL, set the source size to 'SMALL'
* Then move the divider to the left to give more area to the right window.
* Check the 'Song Text" Size to see if you want it small as well.
* Select which optional columns such as genre and ratings you can do without, and uncheck them.
If you are sort of dissatisfied with the whole screen appearance, rather than just iTunes, try some other screen resolutions to see if that helps.
Lastly, many apps will adjust the screen presentation for you when you press Command and the PLUS or MINUS keys.
With the way my eyes are, I don't like the tiny text, and just put the columns I want on the left, keeping a large text size. If I need to see my rating, I can scroll over no problem.
I've been using my iBook for several years now and am pretty satisfied with the whole experience.
One thing that has me annoyed, however, is the window size of programs. Every window has to be scrolled right to left to see the whole image. Why is that?
Take iTunes for instance. I compared the window to the same program running on a PC desktop. On iBook, the view is actually about 3/4 of the actual window. On Windows, the view is about 95%. If I hit the green button on top, it actually REDUCES the size of the window. DOH!
Is there a setting I have overlooked?
I'm a guy! Size does matter!!!!