I would like to uninstall all three iLife apps I downloaded from the Mac App Store, and I would like to do it completely, without leaving leftovers. It's a common misconception that Mac apps are completely self-contained, even the ones from the App Store aren't, especially the ones from Apple. I normally delete all files throughout the system that refer to the app and developer (using Spotlight and a handy search app called EasyFind), but I wouldn't like to break the system doing this, as iLife may be somewhat more closely tied with the system (and I did break my system a bit while trying to completely eradicate iWork a while back). For example, GarageBand stores instruments, samples, lessons somewhere and I would like to get rid of those, but I'm also a Logic Pro user and I don't want to break that! Does anybody have a list of files and folders that I should delete if I want to completey get rid of these three apps while not damaging the system? Or should I just reinstall OS X completely? :-D If anybody's interested why the hell would I want to do this, it's a little OCD I have, I don't want to have apps that I don't use installed on my computer, it drives me crazy, and I use Logic Pro, Adobe Revel and Premiere Elements instead of GarageBand, iPhoto and iMovie respectively.