Just a minute ago, I wanted to listen to a certain MP3 by Disturbed but didn't remember the title exactly, but knew the title was "_____ burden" So I brought up Spotlight and typed in "Burden". Soundgarden's "Burden in my hands" came up, but that wasn't it. So upon going into my folder for Disturbed MP3s, I found the song, "Overburdened", the file named "(track #) Overburdened.mp3". I wondered why Spotlight didn't find it, but then after a bit more testing, Spotlight doesn't pick up anything in the middle of a word, it only starts at the beginning. "Over" would have found the file, but not "burden". Searching for "afari" doesn't bring up Safari but "saf" does, "dium" doesn't bring up Adium, "adi" does, ect. Of course, you'll never search for "afari" or "dium" since you know the whole name, but in situations where you don't, the searching or partial words is helpful, and seems to me that this should be possible. Is this just a bug that needs reporting then? Or did Apple do this on purpose?