Hello, I have my iTunes library stored on a NFS share mounted on my MacBook, this is the location I have set in the iTunes preferences where it is also set to manage the library. Everything was fine until yesterday when I added some files. Rather than storing them in the Music sub-folder it stored them directly in the main top-level folder, as specified in the Preferences. Changing the Media Kind to Audiobooks (as that is what they were) made no difference. This was in iTunes 10.1.1 which had previously worked okay. I upgraded in 10.1.2 to see if that helped, but the same thing was happening. Even if I manually relocated the file to the correct location within the Audiobooks sub-folder, if I made any change to the metadata iTunes would automatically move it back to the top-level. Thinking something might be corrupt in my database I decided to rebuild it: move the iTunes directory out of my home Music folder then import everything back using the XML file. It seemed to be going slow, but I left it running over night. I wake up to find my media reimported except for the files it could not find (though annoyingly without telling me what those were so I could try to relocate them) and that it had moved all my music and audiobooks from their sub-folders into the top level. iPhone Apps were also missing. Essentially it seems to have reverted to the filing system it used years ago when everything was stored in this way. I assume it has no mobile apps as it expects to find these in my home Music folder, which is where they were stored before Apple gave all media kinds a separate sub-folder. Anyone have any idea what is going on, and more importantly how I can fix it so that it works the way it is supposed to? Thanks, Michael.