Hi I converted to being a mac head a few months ago and one of the things I miss is a windows program called locate32, the program makes a db of all the file names on your system then to find something you just type the name it searches the db and finds it in seconds. spotlight is crap I dont really know what it does, it seems it just searches and indexes specific locations? This locate32 program was great, it only updates the db when you ask it to, so you can plug an external hdd in, index it then type a file name and it will find it in seconds. anything like this for mac? I have found mac better for the stuff I do, adobe aps and linux programing/admin via terminal and transmit scp. Just a few things windows is better at or some things that I need to get used to. have not missed any software, plenty of mac versions of stuff.