Hello. I was hoping somebody could help me out with this.. I keep one "main" folder that contains all of my music, separated out into individual sub-folders based on my personal sorting.. Whenever adding new music, I usually always have to completely delete everything I have in iTunes, wipe my music from my phone, and then re-add my music folder, as to not get stuck with 1500 duplicate tracks.. I move around this "main collection folder" pretty frequently, and don't want to have to get stuck adding or copying files (creating more duplicates) to the iTunes media folder.. So pretty much, I keep those options disabled in the iTunes preferences (the "Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized" and the "Copy Files to iTunes Media Folder when adding to Library" options).. I really wish to be able to keep the "drag-and-drop" approach to adding new music files to my iTunes, just because it's just so simple and convenient.. But since I will be "drag-and-dropping" these cumulative music folders to iTunes, as I continue to add music to them, I don't want to have to deal with a million duplicates.. I would like to be able to just drag over whatever folder I want, have iTunes do a quick comparison of which tracks in that folder are already present in the iTunes library, and copy over only the new/unique music files that I've recently added.. Is there any way to actually do this with iTunes? Once again, I want to *avoid* using the iTunes "Media Folder" at all costs, since it's just a headache using and I'd rather just be in control.. Can anybody help with this? Thank you!