Hey, folks! The "other" category on my Early 2011 mbp is out of control. My Crucial SSD 240 gb is reading that it has 140 gb in other. I have tried the following to reduce its size: - restarting my computer, both by "restart" and "shutdown" - using OmniDiskSweeper, Disk Inventory X, and WhatSize to scan my SSD looking for large files. All remaining files make sense. - re-indexing Spotlight using the appropriate Terminal Command (sudo mdutil -E /)to ensure the readout is accurate - turning off local "snapshots" made by Time Machine. They were saving to my HDD, and once I turned off my snapshots, the HDD deleted the snapshot backups. My SSD seems to remain unaffected by turning off the local snapshots. - running Disk Utility repairs to repair permissions, although it doesn't seem like that's something that's needed - poring over this site (Pondini.org) and checking through its various tips for clearing up space Nothing has worked to clear up the bulk of the space. Something of note: When I ran WhatSize, I ran it as an admin. When I do this, it shows the following: However, once the file is expanded, it shows 0 kb on everything. When I try to empty this "trash" file, it refreshes and goes from the 60 gb to 0 kb. So, that's not working either! Other than reinstalling Yosemite, I'm completely at a loss as to what to do. Any help is so much appreciated! I gotta get this space back! Thanks, folks!