Hiya! I own a 20-inch 250GB iMac and a 320GB Western Digital External Hard Drive. I recently began running out of room on my Mac, mainly because of all that I have on iTunes. Out of my 250GB I am now down to about 18GB. With this in mind, I went out and picked up a 320GB drive to pluck all my iTunes fluff on. I have changed the iTunes Media Folder location in the Advanced Tab to that of my new drive a la Volumes>Dj22091 iTunes>iTunes. I have also consolidated the library and have successfully copied all of my media to that of my new external drive. Now, the problem. When deleting the material off of my Mac what am I going to pull into the trash bin exactly? I read here @ http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1449 that I am to leave the library files alone and to delete all the media out of the Music>iTunes folder but...I don't see anything other than my music listed. If I am to get rid of everything and free up space I would need to delete my TV Shows, Movies, etc. but they are nowhere to be found. I am still left with only about 18GB left on my Mac, so I know that they are around here somewhere. This image @ http://twitpic.com/14myzk shows the current state of my external drive. This next image @ http://twitpic.com/14n1hd shows my current Music>iTunes folder on my Mac. This other image @ http://twitpic.com/14n1ni depicts a song from iTunes that shows the new location of the song file (other files such as videos check out well also). Any help would be appreciated!