I've dealt with this problem for a while and just tried to get used to it. After screwing up and deleting the .Hometheater directory on my server, I pretty much lost all my art and will have to do a complete re-build. But deleting this folder helped me realize that I had my "storage" settings wrong, which most likely contributed to my slow loading posters. I'm connected to my server via SMB, and also have two 16tb drives connected to the box. Of course after checking, there are also .Hometheater folders in BOTH hard drives (surprise). I want to have ALL poster art and database info stored "locally" when I do the re-scan. I'll have to do a LOT of manual matching and changing of covers, which really sucks, because I've spent a LOT of time getting all my matching and cover stuff where I want it. My question is this: Firstly, is there a way that I could possibly restore all the covers and database info from the old .Hometheater folder on the server? And secondly, if so, how would I make sure to store things locally going forward...or at this point is it just best to do a complete re-scan and start from scratch? My slow loading posters has always annoyed me and I believe having the .hometheater folders spread across several devices was the reason why. Any help on this one would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.