Hi there, I have no idea how this happened, and I have no solution but I wonder if anyone else has had this experience... I was looking around on my MBP today, just getting used to the machine and where files were stored (being careful not to tinker with anything mind you). I thought of something to search online and so I opened up Safari. All of a sudden it came up with a warning (I can't remember it now) about it not being able to open up the keychain for safari or something like that. I clicked cancel because I don't use keychain and went on doing what I do. I opened up Mail to send an email afterwards and it asked me for my account information again. I thought it was weird and so I went to go to mac rumors - same keychain problem again! So I restarted the machine, thinking it was weird but a restart should fix it (I used to be a PC user up until a few months back so restart was always my first idea). It took a while to shutdown, a while to start up, but then things were different. All the stuff I had on my desktop (FCP files and projects) were gone. The desktop background was gone. All my emails were gone. All the settings in safari were gone. It was like I just got the machine out of the box again! Thankfully my boot camp partition can still be seen - although I haven't gone into it just yet! I was scared so I thought I would write you guys! I couldn't find the missing files anywhere on the machine. Sound familiar? What happened?