I'm all about productivity and recently have been wanting to obtain a quick, easy access view for my most important files. On my MBP, all of my files rest in their appropiate Mac OS folders: Movies Music Photos Documents etc. Home movies rests in Movies, iTunes and Garageband in Music, all photos public and private in Photos, and then in Documents all my files, ranging from school, work, girlfriends (new & past), essays, resumes, etc. You name it. I'd imagine most people have a similar set up. Well, lately I've noticed that within say, Documents, I'll always go grab the same files simply cause they're what are the most important. For example, I've recently created a Finance Numbers Spreadsheet where I manually type in all my incoming and outgoing income. Secondly, another spreadsheet where at the end of the day I jot down what I ate that particular day, what hour, and nutritional information. Another document is a Pages document where I take notes on an upcoming trip to Japan. This Japan note taking document gets opened at least once every two days and has been for the past 2 months. (Many of these important files remain important for longer than a month..and considering the Finance Spreadsheet, seems apparent it'll be important for many more months to come. - I've thought about creating alias' to all these files and resting them on my MBP desktop, however admittedly get all Zen-like when it comes to a clutter free desktop. I'm not adverse to Alias' documents on my desktop, but i'm not the biggest fan either. - Here's the thing, I started this thread not really knowing the solution myself to this situation and figured seeing as many of us have Mac OS and some sort of organization system...I figured i'd ask.