I've Googled this long and hard (TWSS) but am yet to find a solution that will allow me to perform this reasonably simple task without messing up my music library. I've recently moved to a new machine, and have copied my entire iTunes library to it but because the folder structure is now different (used to store my media on a separate partition, now stored in my Home folder), I'm left with a few unsatisfactory options: Continue using the old iTunes Library which has all my tracks and playlists preserved but doesn't know where any of the files are located. Delete and re-add all my tracks from the library, which means iTunes knows where they are but completely wipes all of my precariously chosen playlists. Do the 'move' and 'consolidate' method which will copy all of the tracks to a new location but will mess up my personal taste in folder structure/file naming as I believe you have to check 'allow iTunes to organise my music folders' (uh, no thanks iTunes, I had a massive MP3 collection long before you were even a glint in Steve Jobs' eye....) Start a new iTunes Library from scratch (??!) Am I missing something obvious? There's got to be an easy way to do this, right? All I want to do is change the very start of the file path in my iTunes library database so that instead of reading /MediaDrive/Music/iTunes etc it reads /Home/Music/iTunes. All of the other folder paths should be the same.... Any way to do this??