Hi Guys, For a while now I've been feeling as though my Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro wasn't all that it could be. Often the chief indicator of this would be Spotlight searches that were dog-slow. Last weekend I ran a Spotlight search from the root directory of my start up disk and after 30-mins it still had yet to return a result; killing the search resulted in Finder restarting which I also took to be a "bad sign". Given all this I decided to completely reinstall my system and, wow, did that make a difference. One of the best things about this reinstall has been that Spotlight has finally become fast but I am noting a problem... My Spotlight problem is that while it appears to have indexed my drive and continues to index when new files are added, it does not seem to have indexed my iPhoto library at all. Part of the reason why I bothered to note that I have reinstalled is that my iPhoto Library used to be shared across multiple user accounts on my laptop and therefore had been located in the /Users/Shared and made accessible via Account Control List (ACL) permissions. However, now that my wife has her own PowerBook this form of sharing was no longer necessary so while reinstalling data I moved the iPhoto Library back into my own Pictures folders for my account and performed Repair Disk Permissions. While iPhoto seems quite happy with my library of photos Spotlight doesn't seem to be the slightest bit interested in them. So far I have tried resetting the Spotlight Index (both via the Spotlight preferences and Terminal) so that my drive is re-indexed and importing my pictures into a new iPhoto library. None of these solutions have so far worked and I'm getting a little frustrated. Does anyone have any ideas how I can force Spotlight to re-index my iPhoto library? Also, could this issue be caused by a permissions problem and, if so, does anyone know what the correct permissions are?