Just purchased my first Mac and one of the main reasons are iLife and .Mac. I signed up for the trial .Mac for 60 free days and to give me some time to find the best deal. However, when I am publishing my iWeb page, I am getting an error message that I have exceeded my disk space. 1) What is the disk space given during trial vs full license? I don't remember seeing anything pointing out a difference when I signed up for the trial. Is it 25MB trial and 1GB full? 2) How do I see what is on my iDisk? I see 2 different sets of conflicting (to me) info. a) System Prefernces > .Mac > iDisk shows 6MB out of 25MB b) Log-in to my .Mac account online, click on iDisk in left column, all items have a size of zero except 'about your iDisk.rtf' which is 63kb. 3) Is .Mac iWeb upload smart enough to replace the old webpage data with the new, ie: if you max space is 25MB, your current webpage(s) are 15MB, and the new update webpage(s) are 20MB, will it replace it or have an error stating 35MB>25MB limit? 4) What is an easy way to reduce the size of my photos? I am using the 7MP setting on my camera which is generating an average picture file size of 3MB. Is it better to reduce the setting on my camera or reduce the file size after importing it into iPhoto?