There are limitations to Windows Explorer.
One of them is being able to easily move files selectively (sorted by criteria that you choose) and moving files "In Path"
the first time you use ZTree, sort files by File specifications
Tag a group of files, then sort by another criteria tag another group of files then revert back to filespec*.* and procede to Alt-Copy your files
(recreating the directory/Folder structure they were sorted in it's kinda neat.
the one thing ZTree cannot do is move directories closer to the root
So if you have a bunch of files in a folder that;s burried six branchings down the path you can't move it closer to the trunk so to speak...
Windows Explorer does that EASILY.
Renaming folders is easier in Windows Explorer
It's a matter of understanding that no tool does all jobs
and that while hammers and screwdrivers are nice, sometimes you need a wrench or a collator:)