Let me explain my situation. I recently bought a MacMini that's sitting under my TV as a media server. I've moved all our iTunes music and TV shows over to it. I've also put all our ripped movies under ~/Movies, because I want to organize them rather than have them in one big list. So I have e.g. subdirectories Foreign, Lord of the Rings, Kids, etc. In FrontRow, and these show up nicely as a small list of folders rather than one big list of all the movies (more than 10 or so in the list gets unusable). However, to share these to my other Macs, e.g. I might want to watch The Two Towers on my iMac while my daughters are watching The Little Mermaid, I need to put these in iTunes (btw, I know how to add to the iTunes library without copying the original with drag-option-release, and that's not the question I'm asking). But if I do that, movies are listed twice in FrontRow on the Mini, from iTunes and in the Movies folders, thus defeating the purpose of organizing them into folders. I can of course connect to the Mini from the Mac and go directly to the Movies folder, but I'm looking for a solution that my wife is willing to use - it was hard enough to get her to start using FrontRow on the TV, and if I can use FrontRow to get shared Movies from the Mini, it's one less thing for her to learn. So, does anyone know of a way of omitting iTunes Movies from FrontRow on the Mini?