Ok, I've seen this come up from time to time around here, and it gets somewhat answered, but not always clearly and the search function was no help. I use a G4 now. I will be getting a new iMac probably next week. I have a very large iTunes library and cannot lose settings from the xml & library file. Here's the twist... my current Library is not in the default location. It's on the secondary (internal) drive I've named "Media". Here's what I plan to do: - Start up the new iMac. - Connect my 2 Macs via Firewire, and boot the G4 into target mode. - Open iTunes on the iMac, and go to "Preferences", "Advanced", and set "Copy files to iTunes music folder" and "Keep music folder organized" (two options I prefer and use now anyway). - On the iMac, go to "File" then "Add to Library" and browse to (G4Mountedasadisk):Media:iTunes:iTunes Library", then let it go. - Grab the xml file and the library file from the G4 (the default location.... whatever that is) and drop them in the default location on my new iMac. See, here's where I'm lost. That won't work will it? The paths in the XML file will still all be based on the non-standard location of the files on the G4. It'll be looking for a secondary disk called "Media". Or will the import somehow build a new xml file based on the data in my old one? No, I can't see that happening. iTunes doesn't care that I had a previous library. Any suggestions here?