Apologies if this has been covered before but I've used every conceivable search term I can think of and haven't come up with anything. Obviously you can add folders to the main home file directory, i.e. Documents, Library, Movies, Music, Naughty Pictures of Ladies, Pictures, etc. However, I don't find the structure terribly helpful. I'm starting to think I'd be better off with a kind of forked file structure, ideally Lau > My Work > Projects, Photos, Drawings, Documents, etc and then have a Lau > Other People's Work > Inspiration, Photos, Fonts, etc, making it easier to back up as well as keep track of files. I'm still trying to think about the best way to do this, but how much can I bugger around with the file structure without screwing up OSX? Some programs seem to use the standard Documents folder for instance, and so I suspect I can't delete them, but can I move them? Do I have to do anything to relink them or anything? If I can't move them I could just make new shortcut links in the side Finder bar and never click on "Lau" in Finder, but I'm just interested as to how much I can make the structure my own. Do any of you have an unconventional file structure? How do you organise things? Thanks for any help or comments.