Hey there, I realize it's generally a good idea to search for a subject before you start a new thread on the subject, but it's difficult to put my question into few enough words for a search term. If this question has been asked before, I'm sorry. My question deals with user deletion and weather or not it will delete files that exist but are not accessible. You see, just last night I was trying to organize my home folder on my user, particularly the documents folder, which was getting really disorganized. I deleted the "All-in-one" data folder, or something like that; I can't remember exactly what it's called but I think you get the idea. I didn't look at it very thoroughly, but it looked pretty unsuspecting. Plus I figured it would be like "iPhoto Library" folder in the Pictures folder, it would just automatically create a new one as necessary. Nothing changed immediately, and I moved on to cleaning up my browser bookmarks, and then logged out. When I went to log back in this morning after breakfest, to my horror, everything appeared to have been reset. iChat, Camino, Quicktime, iTunes, etc. To open iTunes I had to agree to all the legal stuff again, and when the library appeared everything was gone, including downloaded TV shows and music. So, I went to look in the iTunes folder, and it showed all my music. So I went back to iTunes to "Add to library...", but when I accessed the the music folder through iTunes nothing showed up. Then I went back to the iTunes folder through the finder again, and it showed zero items. However, they're clearly not deleted because the thing still shows 48GB available, when it would be more like 55GB if the the files had been removed, because I had a lot of my CDs ripped. So, here's the question: if I delete the user that this happened on, will it delete everything, and free up that space?