Hopefully a quick question with a quick answer if I'm lucky: I'm running unencrypt on the entirity of my 7/8 full HDR on the standard timeframe of twice an hour between 1am to 6am every night. That's fine and I don't really want or need to run it outside of those hours (although I suppose I could increase the frequency). After three days I've made pretty slow progress, which again is fine, apart from some impatience. Checking the unencrypt.log shows me how far I've got. However, my question is this: checking the unencrypt log doesn't really give me a quick and easy overview of how many unencrypted files vs encrypted files I've got at a glance. Is there a utility that does this? Something that said something like: 300 files excluding files in  foldersBreakdown:200 encrypted, 100 decrypted40 HD (40 unprotected, 0 protected), 260 SD would be really useful! I could then just check that file every morning and wait until it's all done before using samba to move a bunch of files and folders over to my NAS. I'm sure other summary diagnostics could be added to that would result in an excellent summary file for a variety of purposes. Any thoughts!