Since FriutMenu broke under Leopard and it has taken Unsanity so long to develop even a buggy beta, I've shopped around for a replacement. After trying various alternatives, I settled on XMenu as the best, largely because it runs as an application rather than any kind of a system mod., and so is completely non-invasive. In the XMenu folder in User>Library I I've set up a bunch of folders (utilities, applications, documents, a nested folder containng my URLs, one for my current work project, etc.) so I have a fantastic amount of stuff at my fingertips. Then, just to make things even better, I used KeyboardMaestro to assign an F-key to the XMenu folder, now I can access all my stuff either by pulling down the menu or from my keyboard. All this took a couple of hours of creating and storing aliases, but in the end I had set up an insanely great storage/navigation system with no worries about destabilizing my system or surviving future major OS upgrades. This, as I say, involved some work, but it didn't cost me a penny.