Hey, guys... Loving Leopard so far... MOSTLY... still some issues I'm not 100% happy with... but I'm sooo used to Tiger that I'm giving it time and the benefit of the doubt. Ok... Now... here is my issue. When I click on the Finder icon in the lower left of the dock, I have it set up to display my main computer level, with "Applications, Users, System, etc.". This view I have is the default Folder view we have come to know and love in all versions of the Mac OS from Day 1. Now... here is my issue. I have a folder that I keep in the lower RIGHT HAND of the dock, which is my User's Home Folder. I want to be able to click on the "Documents" folder (once it is fanned out), and have that open the finder window in Cover-flow style. But it won't. It defaults to the standard view. If I CHANGE it... to cover flow... then when I open a standard Finder window... THAT window is still set to cover flow. Why? How can I change this behavior? Shouldn't the view of each window remember a preference for that specific window? I don't want to see Coverflow in my main file, say system library... but I DO want to see it when I'm in my Documents folder. I know I can just click the button... but it's an extra step. Any ideas guys? THANKS!