First, I'm not a network guy, so pardon me if this is a dumb question, but here it goes. I'd like to know if there's a way to set up finder so that when I open it I can see other computers on my network and... shared folder/directories. For instance, when I open my windows explorer, I can see all my internal and external drives instantly, and with one or two clicks... I can drag a file from Drive E: to Drive C: and even park it in a specific directory. I'm working on a project where I am using a separate PC and my mac. I need to bring graphic files from the PC over to the mac and into Photoshop. The files were created in Corel and exported to a shared folder as PSD files. Ideally, I'd like to simply "browse" in PS and see that PC/Shared Directory but that doesn't seem to be the case. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. I think its tedious to mail myself the image, then import the image into iPhoto and then bring it into photoshop. I should note that when I click on "FINDER" and a window opens, there is NO Network Icon, nor is there any indication that this Mac is connected to a router and there's a PC in the same room connected to the same router. Perhaps I'm tainted by years of conditioning in the windows world where its relatively easy to access files and folders on other networked computers. Hopefully, someone will turn on the light bulb for me and show me how this can be done easily.