Not sure if this post should go here or in the general Mac software forum, but I thought here was best. I run iTunes on a MacMini (HTPC) and have a number of TV series that I have dropped into iTunes (that I ran through HandBrake). They are WWII documentaries mostly and have some fairly graphic scenes etc. Problem is my young kids also use iTunes for all their TV shows I download. They are getting very savvy with the touch pad now with fully operating iTune so I am worried they will start viewing the 'death scenes' etc in the docos. Is there a way to password protect (or something similar) just certain TV shows or movies in iTunes? I don't mind if they appear in the thumbnails. I would just prefer the kids cannot view them. Alternately, does anyone have any method that would work with my situation. I would prefer not to have to remove/reinstall each time the movies etc as I still watch them regularly. Also I watch them on ATV so would anything I potentially do cause problems there?