Scenario: I had an install of Tiger on a drive in my Mac Pro, it was a backup of my OS. I upgraded it to Leopard successfully a few weeks ago and never used it. Today, I wanted to upgrade my working OS to Leopard finally, which is on a different drive in the Mac Pro (a Raptor 150). I tried to upgrade that Tiger (like I had before), and the installation failed before it even started. It also rendered the drive as unbootable and completely lost (no big deal, had the backups). So, I tried to then use SuperDuper to clone the backup OS with leopard installed to the reformatted Raptor. SuperDuper said it succeeded, but the Raptor still wouldn't boot. I then read that SuperDuper is not fully compatible with Leopard yet. So now, I am working off the Leopard install, but it's on a regular drive, not the Raptor. I have Leopard installed on the Raptor, but it's a fresh install, and I want my OS cloned over it. Until SuperDuper is updated, is there any other way to clone my OS over to the Raptor and use that as my boot drive?