Best way to correct/complete MP3 & AAC tags??

in iPod + iTunes + AppleTV edited January 2014
I wanted to find out how some of you guys go about correcting and/or completing (i.e. filling in missing tags) for some of you music files in iTunes?

I have experimented with iEatBrainz and also took a quick peek at MPFreaker (both available via seems to be a nice utility for filling in missing tag data by comparing any existing (though incomplete) tags found in your audio files with anything it finds a match for on their online audio file tag database...I did however find that this program does incorrectly match tracks quite often, and its pretty tedious to have to manually scroll through your list of potential corrections to verify each one...

MPFreaker seems more geared toward allowing you to add missing artwork to your audio files...

I wanted to find out how some of you guys go about dealing with this issue, and to find out if anyone had any alternate options they've used which they might be willing to suggest?

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated... Thanks!
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