First, thanks to so many who have helped me update my OLD powerbook G4. My Ti-book onxy (667 mhz) is a new machine thanks to the suggestions of upgrading my OS finally, and 1 gb of RAM (which I just installed myself tonight, yay me!) All of this was to facilitate installing adobe cs3 (design premium). Yes, I am getting a new iMac soon, but until then, this baby still rocks! SOOOO, now everything is installed, but with only about 8 GB of space on my harddrive (go ahead and laugh), I need to get rid of some old apps. Mainly all of my old adobe apps (photoshop 7, Illustrator 10, etc.). Now that I am looking at it, it might have been better to uninstall before I installed the new stuff, but I did not want to chance something not working, then be with out. SO... I know the basics. Throw the app folders in the trash and empty trash. What about the folders in the library, and other places. At quick glance, it all looks intermingled. I am afraid I will throw out some things I need. Any advice?