My iTunes library is big. It's approaching huge, in fact. Because of this, I really want to keep all of my media files on an external hard drive and basically have an entire iTunes programs and library on the external hard drive. I'm having trouble doing this, though. After importing all of my mp3 files into iTunes, it added all of the files into the iTunes Media Folder which basically copied every file wasting space on my hard drive. So I deleted all of them, however, now when I want to play a song on my iTunes, I have to "locate" the song by going into my external HD and selecting the song. If I'm lucky, maybe several other songs will also be located, but not all. Is there any possible way I can just have an actual iTunes app and library on my external HD. Then whenever I want to listen to music, I simply go into my external HD, open iTunes there, then click the songs (which, hopefully, won't need to be "located" because they're on the same drive as the iTunes app I open. While at the same time, keeping my Mac HD virtually free of mp3 files? If so, can someone help me figure out how to do that? Thanks.