I am going to be retiring my old iMac to become the families home entertainment hub and I will be using my shiny new MacBook Pro for my own personal use. I have done a fresh installation of OSX on the laptop, I am wondering what would happen if I selected the option to copy over the contents, applications, music, photos, etc of my old iMac to the new machine? I am using an old Adobe CS1 package and Macromedia stuff before it became Adobe so I am aware that they will have to run slightly slower on the new machine anyway, though I don't do anything heavy and the massive jump in processing power and RAM should take care of any speed problems. I am more concered that it will muck the MacBook in some way! Would the MacBook run applications in the same way as if they have been installed natively? How about if the iMac's iLife packages are an older version compared to the MacBooks? Will it end up taking up a load of additional hard disk space? All the questions and more would be great if they could be answered! Plus if you have any helpful suggestions or advice that would be great! Even knowing if it could be done at all would be a help!