I haven't gotten to install Tiger yet, but in thinking about Spotlight it has occurred to me that I'm not sure how I feel about it, because of potential privacy issues. While its nice for me to be able to find things quickly, I started thinking about the negative side - that other people could use it find things on my computer quickly. And I might not want them to do that. Think about computers that more than one family member uses - I bet most people don't actually log out that often - they are signed on under one person, and many people use the computer. Or what if my brother is over and asks to go online - I don't really want him to be able to search my email for his name, for instance, and find out that I wrote to someone else about him. Or what I wrote on my Christmas list for him......etc. At work, I walk away from my computer all the time without signing out. There is certainly info on there that I don't want others to get into. Not that I really am that worried (or else I would sign out reguarly), but when its this easy for someone to search, it does bring up a lot of potential issues. I can think of a milion scenarios where this could turn out badly. I think you can control what Spotlight searches, right? But if someone really were nosy and knew a little something about the computer, wouldn't it be easy for them to change your settings? Has anyone else thought of this issue? Am I crazy or what?