Okay I just switched to Leopard from Tiger a few days ago. The one that that has really been bugging me is that there is no way to set view options for specific folders. I like having each of my main folders set up in a different type of view. I like the Applications folder to be in icon view, the Documents folder to be in column view, the Music folder to be in list view, and the Pictures folder to be in icon view. In Tiger, when you right-clicked and went to "Show View Options," there was a little box that you could check that said "Only for this folder" and now in Leopard it's gone. This is so frustrating because I want to view each folder differently and there is no way to. The only work around is click the stupid "Only open in [name of current view] view", when it should have a list of all the possible views that you want to open that specific folder in. If any one can help me with this or understands waht I'm saying then I would really appreciate it. Also, is there anyway that when I am in icon view to have the icon be an image of the file format rather than an image of the movie clip. For example, a movie to show the blue Quicktime "Q" instead of what is going on in the movie? Thanks.