I've had my AWESOME iBook G4 for about a month and so far have only been able to COPY and paste a file or files, from one folder to another folder... It doesn't come up a lot, but it does come up, and just recently I am getting slightly annoyed by it, and wondered if I'm doin something wrong or not as efficient as I should. For example, let's say I have a file on the desktop. I want to move this file to a folder that is about... let's say pretty deep in my folder structure. For some reason, when I have the file selected, my only option available is to COPY the file, and the option to CUT is grayed out... So what I've been doing, is just dragging the file to the Mac HD, and holding down the mouse button taking advantage of "spring loaded folders" (that's what they are called, right?)... but sometimes I have to go "through" so many folders, it's a little much. So - is there a quick way to CUT a file, and then paste into another folder? Or woudl it be simpler to just open the folder I want to move it to, in Finder, and then just drag it in? I grew up on Windows guys, so I am just curious and would like to know why I neever seem to have the CUT option available. Thanks!!!