After I bought and installed Snow Leopard, I realized some of the most important apps that I use do not work under the new OS and I've been waiting for weeks (months maybe) for some update from the developers but seeing as they are more likely to wait, I've decided to downgrade back to Leopard again, the thing is that I'm on a VERY tight schedule these weeks, I have a lot of deadlines to meet and I don't want to install the apps that do work on Snow Leopard back again in Leopard. I don't have a Time Machine backup from back when I was on Leopard, and I haven't even made one of SL either, just an external HHD with my data (but no apps). I've read online that people are having a hard time downgrading because there are a lot of errors in Time Machine and Migration Assistant, the most common one I've read about is that the Migration Assistant does not allow you to migrate from a newer OS to an old one. Since the most important thing I wanna migrate are the applications I've already installed in SL, this would be counterproductive. Is there a solution to this? Any advice?