<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I guess I like to be in control of my Mac's maintenance.<p><hr></blockquote><p>You're putting way too much stock in the worth of log rotation, unless you have some serious problem causing the logs to balloon. In which case that needs to be addressed instead. I use Tiger Cache Cleaner once every few months to purge my caches, and just let the logs fall where they may. It's what I instruct all my customers to do also. Tiger's schedule is plenty. Boot into Safe Boot mode every once in a while to let Disk Utility run too if you wish.<br><br>my .02. Well I actually charge more than that to instruct my customers on proper Mac maintenance. <br><br>