OK...so, I'm parting with my MBP on Sunday. New iMac won't be here in time to do a simple transfer of files (connect via firewire, like I did when I bought the MBP)...I think it was called Target disc mode, or something like that. So, I need to get all of my files off the MBP, and onto a external hard drive. What's the best way to do this...btw, I'm still running Tiger, although I have a copy of Leopard I could install if that will make it much easier. Then...on the MBP...I'm selling it to a family member. I want to leave my iPhoto files on the MBP (although it's not necessary), but remove all of my iTunes library. What's the best way to go about this. Or, am I better off just doing a fresh install of the OS? Last question...I want the family member to have their own log-in password, etc. Is that an option when I do the fresh install? Family member is not computer literate, so I was going to do the set up myself. Thanks for any advice! I'm sure there is more than one way to get the job done, but I'm looking for the cleanest/simplest approach.