We have been on SolidWorks for over a decade, and have a fairly extensive home grown design library (800 folders, 3500 parts). When a user needed a part that we didn't have, they would make it and put it where they wanted. As a result, trying to find parts in the library can be a nightmare sometimes. I am going to take on the task of reorganizing this library. I can probably handle the fasteners and miscellaneous parts, however we probably have a thousand hydraulic parts. (barbs, adapters, connectors, bulkheads, JIC, SAE, ORFS, NPT..etc... all sizes and angles going from one standard to another) Not being a hydraulic guy, it is daunting to think about how to best create a directory structure for all of these parts so that my users can find what they need. Does anyone have any folder structures documented (spreadsheets or links) that might give me a clear direction on how to get things organized?