I'm trying to figure out how description handling works with file manipulation in the folder & list views. When I copy or move a file by dragging it from its appearance in List View into a directory under Folders, I'd expect (and desire) that the description be copied/moved with it. That generally doesn't seem to be the case. I have "Enable Descriptions" checked under both "Configure Take Command" and "Configure TCC". I'd prefer not to use NTFS descriptions since not all my disks are NTFS, but I've tried with it both enabled and disabled. Results seem completely inconsistent. Sometimes the description is copied, but most of the time it isn't. Sometimes, besides failing to copy the description it wipes out descriptions in the target directory entirely. The command line works consistently with non-NTFS, but gets almost as flaky as the GUI when I enable NTFS descriptions. I suspect that the explorer-like file operations are actually farmed out to Windows so that non-NTFS description handling is impossible. True? I also suspect that NTFS descriptions don't actually work very well, period. I'm trying to decide whether to upgrade from command line only to full folder/list view, but I have thousands of files with descript.ion descriptions on both NTFS and non-NTFS disks. If the folder/list view can't manipulate descriptions there'd be no benefit to the upgrade - should I stick to the command line?