I was messing around with the Spotlight privacy settings and noticed that if you setup a list of folders that you don't want spotlight to search in; you are also giving anyone who walks up to you computer a clear list of folders that you don't want them to look in. That doesn't seem very private if you ask me. Not only that but if you double-click on any of the folders listed in the Spotlight Privacy settings, it opens that folder in the finder to show the user exactly what you don't want them to be looking at. lol hmmmmm Seems like Apple needs to make this a secure setting so that in-order to see the list of "Private" folders you would first have to authenticate with the admin password in the same way that you have to authenticate before you change the "Login options". What do you all think about this?