I asked this in another thread of mine but that was dedicated to me ssd install experience so i will separate it here I did a clean install of snow leopard onto my new ssd. However i did not format my original hd, which is now in the opti bay. As a result, i have 2 boot drives...my machine is set to boot from the sse, however the hdd still has the entire osx install that i ran prior to ssd unstall. When i did the clean install, i imported my original user and apps from time machine, but did not restore pics, music, etc... Instead, i pointed the home folder to my user folder on the hdd. Any issues with doing it like this? I want to clean up the hdd and remove the old os x install... How do i do it without having to format the hdd and lose my home folder? Or am i better off just copying all of my data over to an externAl hd, formatting the old hd, re setting the home folder, snd copying my data back?