Members - I'm upgrading my 2008 Macbook to a (2011) Macbook Air with a 128GB Hard Drive. I had 450Gb used of my 500Gb HHD. Question is: what the heck do you throw away to get everything to fit? I suspect my situation isn't unique, but I can't find an easier solution than "buying an external hard drive" (I do have a 1TB Time Capsule already). Here is what I have done: 1) I have thrown away all my movies and tv shows from iTunes (I can get them from the cloud anyway) 2) I dumped a bunch of old iMovie projects 3) Emptied the trash in iPhoto 4) Emptied trash *** I'm down to 130Gb full right now currently on my Macbook. As for what is taking up the majority of the of the space the culprits are: iPhoto, iTunes iPhoto Library is 42GB --- but... I have like 2 minute home videos that take up 500mb a pop! WTF?! How can I pair those down? I don't even know how to find all the videos I have in my library... iTunes is 18GB Also - what's the best way I should approach this? I can back up and then use time machine to restore into the MBA. Or, should I start fresh with the MBA and just transfer over what I need? Looking in my system, I have a bunch of things that just take up space (iOS 9, printer drivers for printers I don't have anymore, ummm... "Library Folder" --> the printer drivers themselves are 1.43Gb. Granted, not a lot with 500GB hard drive, but with 128Gb, it adds up quick.