I've made the switch from Windows and would love a Mac app that behaved like Window's Folder Menu (http://foldermenu.sourceforge.net/). I fully realize I cannot, and should not expect to bring the whole Win experience with me but this app was just hella handy and I can't find anything similar on OS X. Folder Menu allowed you to generate a context menu (typically triggered by the middle mouse button) that could appear in Windows Explorer (Windows' version of Finder) or Open/Save Dialogs, and in this menu you could have predefined shortcuts to different folders. Selecting one of the shortcuts would jump you to that folder. I can see that launcher apps are dime a dozen on OS X, but there are some key differences with this app: 1. The context menu worked in both Windows Explorer and Open/Save dialogs 2. When a favorite folder is selected from the context menu, it opens this folder in the current window. Every launcher I've found on OS X simply spawns a new window for your shortcut. I find it more efficient to work in a single Finder window than opening and closing them left and right. I know of Default Folder X for favorite folders, but it only works in Open/Save dialogs. I'm looking for a solution that works in Open/Save dialogs and Finder windows. It sounds like a rather peculiar, specific request, but I work with many files for my job and have found this app very efficient, and I believe other Mac users would find the same. Anybody know of anything that would fit the bill?