Sorry if this is a dumb question as I don't own a Mac yet, I'm only thinking of switching for various reasons. Anyway, I tried playing around with Finder on some store demo Macs. Obviously I didn't spend a long time there and I was just playing around without having read any manuals, but I was a little frustrated trying to accomplish some simple tasks in Finder. Could somebody let me know if there is (or isn't) an easy way to do the following things: 1) How do you check how much space is being used by all the files in the current folder? In Windows this is shown in the status bar, but the Finder status bar seems to only show how much space is free on the disk. 2) How do you check the total space used by the currently selected group of files and folders (and their sub-folders)? I tried doing a multiple select and then "Get info," but instead of one info box showing the cumulative size, it brought up a huge number of info boxes for each individual file/folder. 3) Is there any way to have the folder list sorted with directories appearing at the beginning (sorted by whatever criteria, name size date etc.) followed by all the files sorted the same way, instead of the files and folders being mixed together? Thanks!