Currently, when using Lightroom Classic you cannot delete files to a folder. Either you permanently delete them from the hard drive (not the best option if you make an error) or it just removes it from the Library and you need to figure out how to delete them later. It is not an easy method for a powerful program. Here are my 3 suggestions (the last being my preference): 1. Make it so you can set up your choice in the preferences ahead of time (Remove or Delete Permanently) so you don't have to choose every time you press delete. Editing will be faster 2. Give an option for the delete to go into the computer's trash bin and then you can deleted them later, like Bridge does so easily. 3. Or, my best solution, since we can create folders in Library, give us the ability to set a path to that folder so that when we press delete it goes to the designated folder on that hard drive. Then we can always go back and review them, delete them permanently or easily drag and drop back to the original folder the ones we deleted by mistake. This path can be changed if you want for each project you are working on. Then you can get rid of the whole option of delete or remove. This will speed up the editing process.