Hey all, I need a little help. Something that has really annoyed me since switching from XP to OSX last year is that you can't seem to do a Copy+Overwrite without wiping out the contents of the folder you are overwriting. Now that makes some logical sense, but it's still frustrating. In XP if I copied, say the folder "test" from a CD onto the HDD that also had a folder named "test" and chose "Replace All" all the CD contents would be copied over and any matching files would indeed get replaced, but any contents of folders and subfolders would be left alone, and additional files on the CD would get *added* to the HDD folder. That's probably enough explanation, but here's one example of what I'd like to be able to do in OSX: Say I have: /Volumes/CD/MyFolder file1 file2 file3 file4 And: /Volumes/HDD/MyFolder file1 file2 file5 I want to copy /CD/MyFolder to /HDD/MyFolder by dragging the entire folder (I do NOT want to go into the folder and manually drag the *files*) In OS X if I do this and choose "Overwrite" then /HDD/MyFolder becomes *exactly* what is in /CD/MyFolder, and I lose "file5" In XP if I do the same operation "file1" and "file2" will get overwritten, and then "file3" and "file4" will be *added* to /HDD/MyFolder ... and "file5" will be untouched. Is this possible in OS X in a way that is at least close to as simple as the solution in XP? I basically have some missing data on the hdd that is in a bunch of subfolders, but the hdd content has lots of new content... i want to update the folders with what i have backed up on dvd without erasing the hdd contents. Thanks!