You missed my point. If I download CUSTOM maps or models or even valve bonus stuff. I should be able to remove those items and clean up stuff I don't want anymore when I run low on disk space. Steam's private filesystem doesn't give me ( the end used ) any control over where or how big or what is stored in those massive files.
Anything that isn't an official Valve thingy goes into your /model folder or /map folder just like it has since the original Quake. You can delete, install and backup that crap as much as you want. (Case in point, my custom HL2 maps are in the directory D:\Program Files\Steam\SteamApps\undeadscottsman\half-life 2\hl2\maps\)
Jeremy DunnThis comment was edited on Feb 9, 23:42.