Just wanted to ask everybody their thoughts regarding removing unnecessary kernel extensions from the "extensions" folder in os X. I've noticed extensions in there for ADB, SCSI, and other devices that I don't use, or ever plan on using. Is it save to remove a kext from the extensions folder? From what I understand, these are treated similar to extensions in 9, but I might be wrong. Are there other references to a kext in the system that could cause a problem when booting? I might be wrong, but I just figured that at startup, the system looks in this directory, and if anything is present, loads it into the kernel. There is a lot of stuff in there that I don't need, so I want to get rid of it (backed up of course), to hopefully produce a smaller, more stable kernel (less kernel panics!). Anybody test this out? Any negative results? Let me know!