Hey guys, I'm a bit new at this Mac thing, so I was hoping you could give me a hand. I've been using the LAME codec for iTunes to do my ripping and I've been using an external HD for storing the MP3s. The default directory is EXTERNAL HD/MP3. Normally it works great. Sounds fine right? Not quite. Here's where the problem comes in. At one point, I started ripping a CD without my External HD plugged in. So iTunes / LAME went and created this odd ghost folder tree called EXTERNAL/MP3 which can only be seen by iTunes, Torq (my DJing program which has iTunes integration), and XNJB (my PC-compatible MP3 player workaround program). In the "choose default iTunes folder" screen, this EXTERNAL/MP3 folder tree appears alongside my Network, HD, and EXTERNAL HD icons. However, this folder tree doesn't appear in the finder!!! So I can't move, control, or address these freaking files! I like keeping my folders very clean cut, so this is very irritating. How can I get rid of these folders and files and make sure this doesn't happen again? Any advice will be welcomed and appreciated. Thanks!!!!!