Well, I organize my files not only by album but also by theme. This is very important for albums which have different artists and then are split apart, when using the auto organize feature in the stock configuration. I also have other things in the my album folders, like artwork that came with the music or scans.
I think the integrity of such data should be uphold when "moving" your music library (the files). As all my music files (music bee library inlcuded). It would be nice to have the music be library not link the files with absolute paths, but rather with relative file paths (instead of "W:/Music/", "../"). This would mean in turn that if I moved my files somewhere I wouldn't have to import the library again and then link the files anew afterwards. This is just a thought of mine.
The reason for this post was in fact that the cover files (even those which music be saved as "organized Cover.jpg" where overwritten). With the rest of the mess (folder structure gone/ misplaced artwork/ scans) I could have dealt with afterwards.
"This should give you a good reason to use '<Album Artist> <Album>.jpeg' "
If music bee where to rename and find the covers and scans afterwards, this would be a good idea, but for the moment I wish my library to be monolithic.
=> maybe an option which would find the root folder of all music which is to be moved, and then just move that root folder (Send-As-Folder-Tree) would help.
These thoughts are just meant as impulse. I do not mean to urge you (but the cover deletion, and destruction of my playlists, it was horrifying).