Hello (and HELP!!!), I just moved to the mac about a month ago and have been overall very happy but honestly I have been more then frustrated with Spotlight. Hopefully someone can shed some light on how to do resolve this: When I search with Spotlight it seems to find the file(s) in question just fine but the results that are returned are very limiting. I would like to see things like filesize, location/path, owner, creation date, creation time, etc within the results window. I have tried all three: Cmd + F, Find in Finder and the Spotlight "Show All" menu option. I know you can "Get Info" or hover over a specific file but that is not an option when I'm doing large searches though source directories I often run into files that have the exact same name, are just in different locations. Also, in my research here I seem to find little tidbits scattered here and there about all the things you can do with spotlight but is there an authoritative source for all the search syntaxes that are available? I'm using Leopard 10.5.6 on a MacBook Pro. Thanks for your help!!!