For those with a collection of pictures of desktops, those with a collection of different movie pics, or just those with a ridiculous porn fetish, you can make your own screensaver out of these images. There are two catches: (1) You must know how to activate root user. (2) Your images should not be ANY smaller than 25% your current screen display. Use the largest images possible. The procedure: (1) Log into root user. (2) Navigate to System > Library > Screen Savers< and duplicate any one of the current screen savers (except Flurry.saver and Random.saver). Move the duplicate to a convient area, such as your desktop. (3) Open the package contents of the duplicate (control-click on the folder, show package contents) and, inside the folder, navigate to Contents > Resources. (4) Replace all of the images inside with whatever images you want. Make duplicates of the pictures instead of using your only copy of each picture you want for the screen saver, and place these duplicate pics in the resources folder. IMPORTANT: Rename the files in alphabetical order. When the screen saver is launched for these images, the images will always display in alphabetical order. When finished organizing your pictures appropriately, you may close the package contents folder. (5) Rename the folder to XXXXXX.slideSaver. The name "XXXXXX" is the name of the screen saver as it will appear in your Screen Saver Preference Pane. (6) Place the new .slideSaver folder in System > Library > Screen Savers. You may want to test your screen saver in case you need to make changes to it. Preview it first BEFORE you log out of root, or you will have to log back in. (7) When satisfied, log out of root and log back into your regular account. (8) Watch the slide show. A helpful tip to enhance your experience with the slide show: Have iTunes play music in the background while you run the screensaver. The music will play uninterrupted and the screen saver will also be uninterrupted.