Here is a major Desktop bug in Leopard: If there are many files and folders on your desktop (lets say 40, for example), and you create a new folder and try to move all those 40 files and folders into the new folder at once, this is what will happen: Many of the files will COPY to the new folder, but will not MOVE, but some will move. To COPY all 40 files by doing a "Select All" (and deselecting the Macintosh HD and the new folder, of course) and then dragging and dropping them into the new folder is impossible. You have to move the folders and files ONE AT A TIME into the new folder! If you tried to move all at once, you will a major pain in the butt. You have to then look in the new folder and visually compare every file in there to the files on the desktop, in order to see which ones were moved and which ones were merely just copied. I cannot believe how lame Apple is. I'm currently running 10.5.6, which is the latest version of Leopard, but have been using Leopard since the very first retail version, 10.5.0. I did a clean install (aka "Erase and Install").