Says guru " However, I'm unsure how this is related to your question, since WebDAV servers can be mounted in the Finder already." This is technically true, but at least in the case of iDisk if you mount it on the Finder and try to use it, very evil things often happen (spinning beach balls, even Finder crashes). I use my iDisk for backups of a very large and complex bunch of files, Apple Backup is unspeakably bad. At the moment, Transmit (which is WebDAV-friendly) is the only reliable tool I have for working with my iDisk, although in lots of other ways Transmit is inferior to Yummy. Among other drawbacks, "manually" is one of the dirtiest words in the English language, and Transmit doesn't have an equivalent of Yummy's automatic synch feature. I've discussed with Jason the possibility of making Yummy WebDAV friendly, he told me quite a while ago that it was in the works, so I am very disappointed that no visible progress is being made on this issue. I am not quite sure he grasps the urgency of this issue. As far as I am concerned, whatever FTP client software is the first to feature both WebDAV awareness and auto-synching will win the whole race. This subject is very very frustrating to me.