I am trying to figure out how to do something using Spotlight and am not having any luck. Can you give me a hand? I would like to search my hard disks for all files that end in a certain file type (example: .jpg), and show the total size of them. If I type in jpg in Spotlight, it shows all the files. At the bottom, I can see where it says "more than 10,000 found" However, if I want to look at the file size of a single file, I have to right click it, and select Get Info. If I select View, Show View Options, Size is grayed out to where I cannot select it. So I cant sort the files by the largest files. How can I do all of this in Spotlight? I saw a few apps (Houdahspot, PathFinder) that seem to fit the bill, but I would prefer to do this natively in OSX, or at least find a free app. I shudder to think of spending $30-$40 just to sort files. Thank you.