I have an 8 month old MBP. I am currently taking a web design class and am trying to upload to the FTP site for the school. I set it up by following the picture by picture instructions for the class. It connects to the remote server but my local files do not display correctly. It shows the folders but once you try to expand them the little expansion arrows disappear. If I try to send the files to the remote server, it tells me that my web140 local folder does not exist. It keeps asking me to redefine the root directory. I figured that I must be doing something wrong. I setup the same way on a PC and my wife's powerbook. Both work. I took my laptop to school and none of the professors could figure it out. I reformatted my laptop and reinstall Mac OSX and DW CS3. I put my class files at :Users:ghigby:Sites:WEB140: and try again. Does the same thing. Is there something wrong with my mac? Is there something setup that not even a reformat can reset that's preventing me from doing this? Any suggestions greatly appreciated since it is causing me to get behind in class. Thanks Exact issue warning is: Before using this feature, you must define a site that contains the selected files. Would you like to define one now. The folder that I am defining as my root is the one that contains all my website folders. Either it says it doesn't exist or when I try to transfer specific folders out of my WEB140 folder, it gives me this error.