Hi all, So I'm now a proud owner of a Macbook Pro 13'. I'm fairly new to Mac OS X and have been using Ubuntu for probably the last 4 years which I really liked. Mac OS X Lion definitely seems like a great OS, but I have a few questions in regards to some things that are "different" that I'm not too fond of. 1) What is the best way on a Mac to browse files? Finder? What I really don't like is how Max OS X doesn't keep the Folders at the top, and the files next. Doesn't make any sense to me. I did find a way to change the view in finder to change this, but I couldn't figure out how to make it "stick". 2) What is the best way to view media (various movie formats) in Mac OS X? I have downloaded Perian / VLX / Mplayer but it seems like I need to use a different tool for almost every file type. In Ubuntu, I could add a repository to the software sources and it would download every possible codec known to man. The built in movie player, Totem, would then simply play every file format. 3) QuickTime - Is there a way to default quick time to: a) Automatically start playing the file once opened, rather than having to click on play b) When one opens a different media file, not have it open in a 2nd window, but open in the quicktime window that is already open c) "Scrub" through a movie with the trackpad? That's it off the top of my head. Thanks for any help!