Hi, I have a 120 gig iPod, but my Mac is an old Powerbook G4, with a 80 gig harddrive. Half of that is applications, and then there's a good chunk of other stuff as well, leaving about 15 gigs of actual music. This leaves me with 17 gigs of free space. Now, I want to take my DVDs and burn them to .mp4s and then put them on my iPod so I can have them on the go with me. Only, with the way iTunes and iPod syncs, I'd have to delete a ton of stuff on my harddrive so I can use that space for movies, which I really don't want to do. Is there a way of tricking iTunes into thinking the file itself is somewhere else (preferably deleted, but I can burn them to a hard media like CD) after syncing it to my iPod? And if so, how can I protect that file on the iPod to keep from being deleted accidently when I go to add more DVD episodes?