Hey Guys! I used to run a PC Hard drive on my PC specifically for mp3s. It has about 86 gigs of mp3s on it. Anyways, I recently purchased an external lacie drive with the hopes of transferring these files to the lacie. What I did was use iTunes > add to library command over the network, and let the mp3s get transferred that way. Things seemed to work fine, but now when I look at my files in iTunes, i have thousands of dupes, and the folder on the lacie drive with the mp3s is about 25gig bigger than my original PC drive. How is that possible? I've erased the lacie, and started over, yet I get the same results? I've checked the PC over and over again, and none of these dupes exist on the pc... What is going on? Here's an example: on the pc I only have 15 Lay Down Sally.mp3 On the lacie I now have 15 Lay Down Sally.mp3 15 Lay Down Sally 1.mp3 It looks like iTunes is adding " 1.mp3" on all the dupes. What is my best bet for removing the dupes from the drive now? When I go to show duplicates in iTunes I see 13,000 songs, which is definately too large for me to sift through and manually delete. I downloaded a program called iDupe, but thats not helping either. It is showing the dupes, but I don't see an option to delete the copies only. Thoughts? Comments? Help!