I carry key files on a flash drive so I can access them (and modify them) on my home pc, my work pc, my laptop, church pc, or elsewhere. I was concerned about some of the files which are sensitive and which I would not want to fall into a crooks hands but kept putting off looking into encrypting certain files. I missplaced one of my flash drives a couple of weeks ago which made it clear to me that I can't postpone figuring out how to secure/encrypt some of those files. (The missing flash drive turned up in the dryer after a couple of weeks - we guess it ended up in the bottom of a laundry basket.) I figure I will put the sensitive files in a single folder and then hopefuly encrypt or secure that one folder. Generally I don't think I want to have to mess with passwords each time I access the flash drive. (Especially since I use the flash drive also for music & other mp3 files in my car.) Any suggestions?!