Hi. I've had my iTunes media on a separate drive for years. I also recently noticed my default "iTunes" folder inside my ~/Music folder has a bunch of possibly old folders in it. I'm not sure if those folders are from times I've accidentally connected my iPhone to my Mac without having the drive containing the media turned on and so it accidentally sync'd to the default location, or if those are old folders from previous iTunes versions. I tried deleting the folder all together but noticed that's where iTunes directory is located--when I relaunched it was as if it was empty and the folder was automatically recreated. So I restored it from a Time Machine backup. Inside my ~/Music/iTunes folder I have: /Album Artwork iTunes Library Extras.itdb iTunes Library Genius.itdb iTunes Library.itl /iTunes Media (empty) iTunes Music Library.xml /Mobile Applications /Previous iTunes Libraries /Voice Memos Everything is consolidated and kept organized in my other iTunes Media folder on the other day. Inside this ~/Music folder in my system drive which of these folders/files is currently being used by iTunes and which can I delete? It seems with updates things are stored differently but previous folders are left behind. I don't want tro inadvertently delete an important folder. Example: I'm afraid of deleting /Album Artwork thinking it should be stored in the iTunes Media separate drive when in fact it needs to live in ~/Music/iTunes. thanks!