I'm getting a new Macbook Pro (tomorrow hopefully) to replace my busted 2011 MBP. The 2011 has issues that I won't bore you with (Except to say that the screen is blank, so I can't see anything on it), but I think the best I can (maybe) do is start it in target disk mode and transfer data that way (What cable will I need?) I do have a Time Capsule Backup which should be up to date. Question is, what's the best way to get the important files (and hopefully software) from the old system to the new, without bringing across any bugs etc that may have been slowing my system over the past few years. I'd like to be somewhat selective if I can. I'm sure I won't forget to import my music for example, but I don't want to miss anything. (Like my iBooks, Photoshop actions etc.). And finally, once that's all done, I'd like to safely backup my time capsule, and wipe it so I can start fresh on this machine. How does that work?