Hello Friends, I recently purchased my mac (MBP April 2010) and I have enjoyed the experience thus far. This post constitutes my first reach-out towards the online mac community. I appreciate any and all assistance that may be provided. At the moment, I have approximately 900 to 1,000 assorted video clips. I have them organized in folders but I find it troublesome to browse through the finder. I have been a loyal member of the itunes store and have spent hundreds of dollars buying TV Shows. I would like to consolidate my assorted video clips and my TV shows into itunes. Because I was a previous windows user, my assorted clips are in AVI format. From what I understand, quicktime can play these files using perian (as outline din the sitckied guide), but will not allow them to be imported into the itunes library. The only way, from what I gather, to import them into itunes, is to convert them. I have Quicktime 10 and I was going to upgrade to Quicktime Pro, when I realized they are distinctly separate and Quicktime 10 is able to convert AVI to MOV. I have tested it and this works brilliantly, but I do not have the time to sit at my desk and convert 900-1,000 files from AVI to MOV. Is there a quicker way to do this? Keep in mind when I purchased my MBP it came with a rather small hard drive. I have since upgraded to a 1TB internal drive. I sit at 700GB used and 300GB free. I cannot simply convert all my files as I would run out of room, they would need to be done in batches or preferably deleting as the MOV file is created. Does anyone have experience in dealing with this kind of situation? Help would be appreciated. Although i'm biased towards itunes, I have open ears.