Hey guys, I'm using MacDrive7 to see HFS partitions in Vista on my MacBook Pro. I've got my 500GB Western Digital partitioned into two drives: Macintosh HD and a much smaller Windows HD. I've got all my stuff on my Mac partition, including 40+ GBs of music and my iPhone apps, etc. I have successfully pointed my Windows iTunes to my Macintosh HD iTunes Library folder and can access music through iTunes on my Macintosh HD. I can even add music in iTunes on Windows and it will move the music to my Macintosh HD. So what's the problem you ask? Nothing big: I just want to have one iTunes Library file; I want my Windows iTunes to use the files in my Mac partition's iTunes folder. Right now every time I delete the files in my iTunes folder on my Windows partition it just recreates them when I relaunch iTunes. I want it to use the stuff on my Mac partition so I can sync my iPhone through Windows and then be able to go into Leopard and have it be the same library and sync. So, basically, how do I point my Windows iTunes to use the files on my Macintosh partition (and not just the library folder, which I have already done easily through the iTunes preferences). I tried to be specific, but I understand if this is confusing--I may have not explained my issue properly. Let me know if I'm not making sense. Thanks, Mo EDIT: Oh yeah, I tried the whole consolidate library thing, but that didn't do it for me because I think that feature is made for moving a library on the same drive. So it doesn't know to use or move the other iTunes files and not just redirect the iTunes Music folder path or whatever it's doing. Maybe I'm not doing it right.