I could use some advice with an old Mac to New Intel Mac Pro with Leopard. Old Mac: G4 running 10.4.8; (SCSI drives); external Firewire drive Significant Apps: Mail, Address book, iCal, iTunes, MS Office 2004, CS2 (Illustrator, Acrobat 7), CS3 Photoshop, Firefox 2, Quicken 2007, Filemaker Pro 8.5v2 New Mac: Mac Pro w/10.5 (SATA drives) I've been searching everywhere and am still not sure the best way to "migrate" my user data and apps to the new MP without bringing over old junk I don't want or need or that could mess up the new Mac. I called Apple and they recommend that I create new account(s) on new Mac first without using Migration Assistant then use it after the fact to migrate in Target Disk Mode. However, I've since learned I can't use Target Disk Mode w/SCSI drives on the old Mac. Will the External FW drive work w/Migration Assistant after I clone the startup drive w/Superduper first from the old Mac? Should I forgo Migration Assistant altogether and transfer user data manually? (I found a site that explains which mail, address book, etc folders to move). My understanding is I can't selectively Migrate certain apps, only All apps, correct? If so, I can reinstall the apps but can I manually copy the pref files or do I have to reconfigure all my prefs from scratch? I would also have to re-download all kinds of updates already applied on old Mac. Any advice as to the best approach would be appreciated.