On Xmas day I tried replacing my stock 500 gig HD in my 2010 15" MBP with an SSD as a boot drive and a 750 gig HD in place of the SuperDrive. It did not go very well with a lot of my settings going missing. So, am trying once again today. First, using CCC I cloned my original 500 gig HD to the new 750 gig HD. The cloning worked fine when I popped the 750 into the MBP and booted up. Everything worked as expected. Second, using CCC I cloned everything from the original 500 gig HD to the 120 gig SSD except for the "Users" folder. I then popped the SSD into my MBP and booted up. At this point, should I be able to plug in the new 750 gig HD that is in an external FW case and have the System navigate to it as described in the following link? http://chris.pirillo.com/how-to-move-the-home-folder-in-os-x-and-why/ Or should I simply take out the SuperDrive and put in the 750 in its place and then follow the instructions in the above link? With the SSD still the boot drive. Of course, I am more than willing to consider an alternative course of action. Thanks.