Okay, so I was encoding a DVD and didn't realize how much space I needed or how much I had left and managed to get my HD down to 0KB available. Ouch. But, no problem, right? Delete, clean up. Burn some stuff - it'll be fine. Except it's not. I freed up about 16 gigs (that's total on my 160 gig drive). I encoded and burned the DVD. Great! It worked! Visualhub automatically deletes the temp files, right? Except I only have 12 gigs left. So something's still out there... Here's where the interesting bit begins. I click finder and cmd-F so I can search for any really big files - say disk images. Nothing. Okay, I try large movies. Nothing. Hmm. How about any movies? Nothing. No movies on my harddrive? iTunes begs to differ. I open up spotlight and type in "iTunes". Nothing. iTunes isn't on my harddrive. In fact, nothing is - at least so say Finder and Spotlight. Everything seems to work fine. I'm typing this post right now on my mac. iTunes, iChat, Safari all work. Finder is borked. I repaired permissions and rebooted on the off-chance it might shake something loose, but no luck. Any ideas?