Ah, I envy you! By the way, if you're interested in hearing Spanish with the pronunciation used in (most of :D ) Spain, I highly recommend listening to the Notes in Spanish podcasts that I mentioned in my earlier message above. The podcasts are organized into three levels: Inspired Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. All the podcasts are free and can be downloaded from *__http://www.notesinspanish.com/__*. If you want transcripts of the podcasts, you have to pay for them, but not for the podcasts themselves. There's also a forum where you can ask questions about the podcasts or about any other aspect of Spanish: *__http://www.notesfromspain.com/forums/index.php__*. You might find Notes in Spanish a useful supplement to Rocket Spanish.
One other site that I _think_ may use the pronunciation from Spain is LingusTV at *__http://www.lingus.tv/video/__*. It offers free videos, often amusing, with transcripts (for all levels) and Spanish subtítulos (for the beginner and intermediate levels). The videos are ranked by difficulty, but even the "beginner" video I saw was pretty challenging, at least for me :oops: . I understood most of it, but I would not have called it "beginner" level. Anyway, I'm pretty sure the site is free. I haven't used it much, but I've liked what I've seen, and it's definitely worth a look.