I upgrade my computer with an SSD for my boot drive and I kept my home directory on my old primary HD. I made sure my user account worked fine residing on my HD and I created an admin user on the SSD in case the SSD ever loses track of my user account. All of my applications seem to work fine, but I have an interested problem with Aperture. When I try to import photos I get the following error message: "You don't have permission to save the file "<User>" in the folder "Users". To view or change permissions, select the item in the Finder and choose File > Get Info". obviously <users> is actually the name of my account. I figured that aperture was trying to save the files onto my SSD and was getting a permissions error since I don't have a user directory there. Sure enough If I create my user directory on the SSD/Boot drive then Aperture can import the photos onto the SSD. This creates a number of different problems: 1. I have to user relocate masters to move the photos to where they should be with all of my photos on HD. 2. I don't want to be doing writes needlessly on my SSD. 3. I don't want my home directory to exist on both my SSD and my HD simultaneously. I think this is asking for problems. Does anyone know a way I can move the default import directory? Note that the Aperture library file is located on HD in my user directory.