Hey all, Hopefully this hasn't been covered before... I did a search but couldn't uncover anything. Is there a way to mount a folder on an external drive as a folder in a user's home directory? I know you can move your entire home folder, but I'm attempting to set one folder from a mirrored external RAID as my pictures folder and another folder from another drive as the movies directory. I've played with /etc/fstab in linux, but the syntax appears slightly different in the vifs file. Specifically, it seems to use the UUID of the drive rather than the /Volumes/DRIVE/FOLDER syntax, and I can't get the syntax for specifying a subfolder on the drive. Any input from the wise members of the forum?