I just ordered a new Retina MBP, and need help figuring out the best way to transfer what I need from the old machine. I have an older MBP with a SSD and an additional HDD. System files plus some working RAW image files are on the SSD. My user files, including a lot of RAW image files, are on the HDD. The new rMBP will have enough space on the SSD for pretty much everything except my RAW photos, and some other media. I'd like to be able to use the rMBP without an external attached, and then use my current MBP's HDD as a working drive for my photos and other media. Then I will either use the smaller SSD in my current MBP as the only drive in it, as my wife's main computer, or I may load it in an older Macbook. I'm kinda stuck on what the best way to go about this will be. When I've upgraded my Macbook in the past I've just used Timemachine to restore my old set-up, and when I've upgraded the drives, I've always just copied the old to the new and swapped them out. Thanks for the help!