Okay, I have to explain what this one actually means. In Panther, all menus had a full speed refresh rate which made the menu selections a lot smoother when you were navigating through a menu quickly. When Tiger came out, suddenly a lot of menus in the newer Apps used a slower refresh rate resulting in jumpy menu selections when rolling your mouse through a menu. Here's how to test it. Open iTunes and click on the Apple menu and then quickly move your cursor up and down and watch the menu item selections follow your cursor exactly. Nice and smooth right? Now switch to the Finder and do the same thing. Notice the selection jumping around and even skipping completely over items here and there? It's not nearly as smooth as it is in iTunes. That's because there's a setting in iTunes' info.plist file. I'll explain that in a second. To get the faster menus (such as in iTunes) simply find any App that you want to modify and control-click on the icon and choose "Show Package Contents". Then open "Contents". Next, while you still have that window open, find and open Terminal.app in your Utilities folder. Then type in the following text. Code: defaults write Edit: Make sure there's a space after "defaults write " Now click on the "Contents" folder we left open and drag "Info.plist" into the Terminal window. It should now show you the path of the info.plist file. Now, we can't have .plist on the file name so delete ".plist" and hit the space bar again. Then paste the following text after it: Code: HIWindowFlushAtFullRefreshRate -boolean Yes Now you should be able to open the App you modified and the menus will now be exactly as smooth as iTunes. I hope all of this made sense. I'm happy now anyways.