Hey guys, I just got a new mac. I'm trying to set up itunes. I transferred my pc itunes folder using my ipod classic. I just saved it all as data and then transferred it to my mac. But I'm wondering if there is a way to clean things up ... there are a lot of desktop.ini files, one in each folder actually. With my pc, i had itunes manage my music folder. But I'm wondering what to do about all the album art files and misc pc-related files. Any way to automatically search and destroy unneccessary files? is there a program i can buy to do it? Also, where should i move all my music? I have it all moved into my user -- itunes music folder, the default one that itunes wants to use, since i thought it would be cool to just, from the start, do it the "mac way." But when i go to add all the files to the library, it doesn't actually add any of them. It'll cycle through the files, the artwork, and then there won't be anything added. It's really odd. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. I never had problems with itunes with my pc, and the program isn't drastically different, so i don't feel like i'm totally unfamiliar with itunes. I have the box checked for itunes to manage my music, as i did with my pc. and i have unchecked the box for itunes to make a copy in the itunes folder. my music is all already in the itunes folder. so i don't see the need for that to be checked, as id imagine itd just make duplicate copies. Formerly i had all my music in just the music folder with the copy box checked and i ended up having duplicates of every file. so i just deleted the itunes music files and moved my music into the itunes music directory itself and thus unchecked. Help?