My mom went to sync her iPod yesterday and it just wouldn't work. So I checked our iTunes server, and 1/3 of our music folders were there. No problem, I thought. I went to the backup (which is just an automated copy/paste to the second HDD in a PM G4). The other 2/3 of the files were there. I though that was strange, but patched it up. I gave iTunes the night to redo the libraries (deleted the .xml and .lib). I come home from school today not feeling too well and find that iTunes only has around 100 of our 611 songs. I tried again and again to put the "iTunes Music" folder from the server into iTunes to no avail. Finally, I checked the Coldplay folder... And it contained only The Scientist music video. So now that all of those songs are gone, what do I do? How do I get the songs back? I'm not too worried about the ones from CD or vinyl (hey, this is a good opportunity to start completely over, with everything iTunes+ or Apple Lossesless), but what about the many downloaded songs? There are about 100 of those missing. Thanks for your help. I'm off to beef up the security of my network and see what a low-capacity external HDD costs.