OK, I'm a moron. Can somebody explain to me how to move folders about? Despite being on my iBook for almost a year, I still have no idea how to do it. I have an external HDD to which I regularly move folders from my iBook. Here's how I do it: 1) Open iBook finder and locate the "folder X" I want to move 2) Open external HDD and open the window with the folders where I want to move "folder X" to 3) Click and hold folder X with my mouse and move it over to the open HDD window 4) Release the left click button on my mouse and drop folder X into the open window. OK, 9 out of 10 times it doesn't work. Here's why: even though I DO NOT release the mouse button, the folder will spontaneously drop into another folder I'm just passing over as I move my mouse to the folder I actually want to drop folder X into. Most of the time, I then spend several minutes trying to locate where the stupid folder X dropped into (using Spotlight, with it's sucky way of showing the entire path to where any given file actually is). Horrible. In windows XP you can right click and move a file by finding the destination through the browse function, and then click on "move" (or in the left hand function panel). I can't find that functionality in OS X. Instead, OS X seems to rely on manual dexterity and split second timing of moving a mouse - I HATE IT. Total time waster. Plus, it doesn't actually work, since the behavior of the mouse is not predictable. I don't release the mouse click, and yet my stupid folder drops into some random place. Hate it. What is the solution? I know there must be one, but the supposedly "intuitive" OS X doesn't allow me to intuit what the solution is. Help! TIA.