iMovie 6 is really starting to get on my nerves. Has anyone else noticed that with this new "non-destructive editing" feature that they've added, that if you: A. Trim down a clip to just the portion you want, B. Use the sliders to highlight the part of the clip you want, then do a "copy" and "paste" into a new clip or, C. Copy a section of a clip and paste it into a new iMovie project, iMovie doesn't actually change the size of the clip? It only *shows* the part you cropped it down to, but the rest of the clip is still physically there on the hard drive, and it's not in the trash. Someone else, please try this and tell me I'm not crazy. Import 10 minutes of video into iMovie. See how much space it takes up. Crop it to only 5 minutes of the clip, "copy and paste" it into a new iMovie project, and see how big it is. It's the same size, even though it's only half as long! How do you stop iMovie from doing this??? I'm working on these projects where I'm copying and pasting portions of clips, and they're starting to take up massive amounts of space! I've got one project that has about 8 minutes worth of total footage in it, and it's taking up over 15GB on the hard drive. ?!?