Hi, A couple of days ago I moved a couple of artist folders from my usb-memory to my Music folder and run into an annoying feature. Lets say (cause that's exactly the case) that I wanted to move The Doors folder (among others) from the usb-stick and it already existed in the Music folder. The folder I was trying move only had two songs in it and one of them had the same file-name that a file in Music/The Doors had. So when I moved the folders I got a message asking me whether I really wanted to replace the folders. I answered "Why yes, yes I do" because I thought that only the file with the same file-name was going to be replaced and the rest of the files would just be added to the existing folders. I was wrong. When I opened one of the folders the old files were gone; the new files just sitting there clearly mocking me. Furthermore, when I tried to save the day by clicking "undo" in the Finder it just moved the files back into my usb-stick. The files that got deleted didn't reappear like I had hoped. I managed to recover the files from the cds I had so no harm was done, but at the end of the day I felt myself somewhat abused and vomited myself to sleep. So, is there any way to change the behaviour of folder replacing so that the new files would just get added to the folders and nothing gets deleted? This would be very handy if you have to add files to multiple folders in the same root folder. Sorry and Thanks!