I have a late 2010 Mac Pro and am currently using Snow Leopard 10.6.8. My current drive setup is a 1 TB drive with OS/apps/data and a 2 TB drive with photos/video. I would like to switch to an SSD for OS/apps, and get a new 2 TB drive for my data (using my old 1 TB drive as a backup for as long as I can.) What's the best way to move the OS/apps to a new drive? OWC recommends a clean install: http://eshop.macsales.com/articles/how-to-transfer-your-data-from-your-old-drive-to-a-new-drive So it looks like I would boot from the DVD, then use migration assistant to move the apps from the 1 TB drive to the SSD. Is that the best way? Is there a way to use Carbon Copy Cloner to make the SSD bootable or would that just move too much excess junk to the new SSD?