You can make a symbolic link to folders.
I use this to organize my zinio downloaded magazines. There's no way to configure the folders, and I wanted them on my "D:" drive which had more room than the boot "C:" drive.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTFS_symbolic_link
Since I use autoit extensively for my home scripting, I use a one liner statement there to enable links.
e.g. FileCreateNTFSLink ( "c:\temp", "d:\xtraspace\temporary")
Unlike a shortcut, applications will see c:\temp as a real folder. Files placed in there will show up in d:\xtraspace\temporary.