I need some help with the Animate command in Mathematica 5.1. In going through the examples in The Book, the Animate command displays a series of separate frames, and increments each frame by a given time step, making it look like an animation, when it really isn't. However, I want each frame to display on top of one another, as in a true animation. Is this even possible in 5.1? I've ran into a similar problem with the Show command when I want to plot several things at once; even with suppressing the individual Plot outputs with a semicolon, when I use Show, it displays each one, and then it displays all of them on top of one another in the final frame. This is very annoying if I have a ton of individual plots -- I just want the final frame to be displayed.