For those new to Winamp,
MrSinatra is referring to the Big Bento skin (a user interface for Winamp). If
seeing all that info at once is confusing, you can right-click on the player and
select another skin that displays things differently.
If you don't like any of the skins included in the standard installation, there are
dozens more available on the main site.
There are tons of ways to use Winamp and a lot of options. Until you learn your
way around, I suggest you keep a written log of any changes you make to the
defaults. Much easier than trying to remember what you did days later if you
decide to undo it. Also helps you explain things if you come to the forum for help.
IMO, Winamp is not a 'copy-cat, me too' media player/manager. There are a few
holes and some rough spots, but overall it does a fine job.
Explore, try stuff, have FUN !!!