Afternoon all! Alright, this is my first post here on MacRumours, but after doing a little reading online, I'm guessing this is the right place to post. Its a bit of a long winded situation, but the brief version is I'd like to reset my new Macbook Pro to a state as if it were brand new out of the box... ...the long winded version is as follows... I've been thinking of making the switch from PC to Mac for a long time now, as I do a lot of Photography and Videography work, and whilst I understand the PC to a tee, mine was about as unstable as they come, with Blue Screens left, right and centre. So, a month ago I was loaned an old Macbook2,1 with Snow Leopard to play with in order to familiarize myself with everything OSX. I was very impressed with it, especially how smoothly it could handle editing HD Video footage even though the machine was 5 years old. So I decided to take the plunge and get a Macbook of my own. I shopped around and came across a bargain on ebay for a Macbook Pro. Its one of the 2011 models with a 13" Screen, i7 core 2.8Ghz, and perfect for my needs. What sold me on it though was that it was still under Applecare. Its arrived well packaged and well cared for. I'm using it, and have managed to connect the Loaned 2,1 to this 8,1 via Wifi and transfer my work across without hassle. Its such a smooth experience, that its everything I could hope for. ...apart from one thing: Although the person I purchased it from has more or less reset everything to factory settings (at least, that's how it seems), the name of the computer and login mention their name (i.e."Pete's Macbook"... and I'm not Pete). What I'd like to know is whether there's a way to reset this Macbook Pro (its a Macbook Pro8,1 running Lion) to a freshly bought status so that I can enter my own name as the main user... or if there's a way to change the username and computer name from here. As a side note, I did come across a post on the Apple Forums which looked good, but I don't happen to know much about command line on the Mac, so I'm hesitant to try it for the moment -> https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3198776?start=0&tstart=0 Thanks in advance! Jumps.