OK, I'm going to teach you how to create a list of just MP3/any_other_music_format_file/etc.'s that you want using automator to search through your hard drive. 1. Open Automator located in Applications on the Macintosh Hard Drive 2. Click File->New 3. Click Finder 4. Drag and drop in order these commands: A Ask for Finder Items B Get Folder Contents C Filter Finder Items D New Text File ---NOTE: These are all located under Finder under Library->Applications Column 5. Change type to Files ---Change location to wherever (even if its a share point, my music resides on a Windoze PC, so I got it from MUSIC (F) NOTE THE SHARE HAS TO BE MOUNTED TO CHOOSE A SHARE) ---Type in a prompt if you want to. ---Select allow multiple selection. 6. In Get Folder Contents make sure Repeat for Each Sub Folder found, is checked. 7. Next Filter Finder Items whose: ---Name Extension is mp3 (change the first box to Name Extension, type in mp3 in the second box) - click + ---Name Extension is file_extension_like_aiff_wma_etc - change that to whatever, or add more file types to search for 8. New Text File - name it as Music.txt or whatever you want it to be named, save it anywhere, (like the desktop). 9. Click Run 10. Let it run, and Voila, you have an index of some music or whatever you filtered. change the extension, look for files and folders. Search for just exe's on a share, search for just txt files or whatever you want. Automator is awesome. Want another example? Sure why not: Remove New Text File with the x button in the corner, and add from iTunes, Add files to playlist - NOTE THIS WILL COPY EVERYTHING THAT YOU SEARCHED TO YOUR ITUNES MUSIC FOLDER - THIS IS ONLY RECOMMENDED IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING! There are millions of combinations that you can do, with support for diff. apps. you can do so much more.