Maybe this is my imagination, but I'm sure Snow Leopard wasn't like this. I have two drives which contain a bunch of files - some of the files are on both drives, some not. To save me hand-picking through hundreds of filenames, I usually just select all the files on one drive and drag them over to the other. In Snow Leopard, when duplicates were detected, I'm sure you could just ignore or skip them. All you had to do was tick the "Apply to All" checkbox and hit ignore. Finder would copy all the stuff over that wasn't duplicated. In Lion, you're told an item with the same name already exists, but the options are "Keep Both Files", "Stop", or "Replace". If you select the first one, Finder copies everything over and creates its own duplicates. If you click stop, the whole copy process stops. I don't want to hit replace, because some of the files may be incomplete downloads on one drive, and I don't want to replace good files with broken files. Am I missing something, or did Snow Leopard handle things differently? Is there some keyboard quick-key I am meant to hold down while dragging to bring back the "skip" option?