I've also thrown in the towel and am now using Amadeus Pro (see other Spin Doctor thread). It's rock solid and works with markers to seperate the tracks. Similar to Spin Doctor, but a small learning curve because you have to get the hang of splitting your recording the Amadeus way. However, once you get it it's actually beautifully done and with one command you can save the lot as seperate tracks for iTunes or whatever. If you give your beginning, turn-over record and ending empty space markers a different colour the app can ignore them while splitting and saving so you keep your actual tracks. Sounds weird now perhaps, but give it a trial. Don't give up on Amadeus too soon because you think it's inferior to Spin Doctor. The more you play with it the sooner you'll be convinced it's quite the other way around. I've got the Amadeus Pro version, but there's also a Light one. I don't know the differences, but that's on the site. You can do it all in there: record, edit tracks and export the results.
Here's the URL: http://www.hairersoft.com/pro.html
Have fun, Hermie