I was kind of dancing around this in my other post, but it is now (finally) dawning on me that I don't fully understand the process for backing up. I'll be shooting on a Canon XF100. The codec is MPEG-2 Long GOP as MXF. After shooting, back at the hotel, my plan is to import the footage I shot that day to a MBP. I believe I'll be able to import and view the footage via the XF utility software that accompanied the camera. Is in then as simple as exporting the files in their native format to an external drive? Then worry about transcoding to something more FCE/FCP friendly later? Or, would I need to do something else to them at the time of transfer. I think I'm essentially looking for the MBP to act as a temporary bridge between the camera and offloading to the drive. Sorry if this is a total noob question and I will be conducting some tests before I leave, just want to make sure I'm on the right path. Thanks.