I hope this is the right forum. Sorry if it is not. It says help and I do need help, but not on a Mac. First off I'm sorry I'm a Windows user. I really do plan on buying a MacMini soon so I can explore the world of the Mac, but on to my problem. Maybe I'm doing somethign wrong, but it is driving me nuts. In iTunes I'm having a problem selecting songs...let me explain. For the sake of discussion I'll just use 10 files. I only want to select some of those 10 files. In the Windows world I'll hold Ctrl and click file #1 and #2. I don't want #3 so I skip it and hold CTRL and click file #4. I want files #4-#8 so I then hold CTRL + Shift on file #8 I hold CTRL and hit #10 At this point file #1, #2, #4-#8 and #10 are highlighted #3 and #9 are not highlighted. I can now drag these files where I want. Well in iTunes I'm trying to create a play list of songs. I only want to pic and choose the songs I want. How can I select a range of files? When I do the above example in iTunes if I hold CTRL I can select individual songs, but when I want to select a range say from #4 to #8 it will select #1 thru #8 and highlight the files I don't want. I know it sounds silly, but I have 8000+ songs in my library. It would be nice just to select all the songs I want and drag them to the folder once. Not have to stop and drag everytime I run in to a song in the list I do not want. Also....how do I refresh my library? Lets say I add or delete an album. How do I get iTunes to find the changes I made? The way I have it organized is: <drive letter>\mp3\<artist name>\<album name> So in iTunes I have my library be the <drive letter>\mp3 directory. So say I add or delete files to that directory how do I get iTunes to recoginze those changes? Thanks Edit: Oh another thing. Is there a way to have iTunes sort by directory? I like to select whole albums not just single songs. In the list if you sort by artist, it gets screwed up if they were on a complilation, and if you sort by album it is not in order by artist those are all mixed up. If I sorted by directory it would be in all nice order. I mean I can sort by Beats Per Minute.....why in the world can I not sort by something as simple as directory?