I have owned my 27" imac since last July, and while I am thoroughly enjoying it, I am wondering how you all manage your files, since I can't seem to find any sort of hierarchical file structure in OSX. Maybe it is because I am still stuck somewhat in the windows mindset, but I am a little disturbed by the apparent lack of any "my computer" equivalent. The folders are all there, just that I have no direct access to them, and have to rely on searching them via spotlight, creating shortcuts in the taskbar, or simply saving stuff directly on the desktop. No way to enter C: or similar to delete sticky files (like the recent Diablo3 beta). I was stuck with a broken D3 icon on launchpad, which somehow disappeared one week later? Likewise, if I wish to locate an old document, the best I can do is try to remember its name and search for it. This often works, but it also means I never get to find out just where the file is stored. I am pretty sure I have quite a lot of old files lying here and there, but have no idea where to start with regards to doing spring-cleaning on my imac. For instance, my downloads folder is now just one giant dumping ground for everything I need. I download attachments from emails, edit my documents from there, and save to my thumbdrive, dropbox or re-attach from there. And well, after 10 months, it's getting quite out of hand. How are you all coping? Any tips and suggestions on how best to manage, arrange and store your files?