Hi guys, Have another question regarding data transfer from PC to Mac. I am thinking of investing in an external hard drive to transfer my media (music, movies, documents, photos) from my PC to my new Mac. I've done some hunting for suitable external Hard Drives, and I've noticed that some specify that they are "For Mac." Without getting into a detailed explanation on the differences between Mac and Windows files, I'm really looking for an answer on whether or not transferring stuff from PC to Mac is as simple as: 1) Connect external hard drive to PC 2) Transfer files to hard drive 3) Disconnect external hard drive from PC 4) Connect external hard drive to Mac 5) Transfer files from hard drive to Mac I understand that the hard drive will need to be formatted depending on which machine it connects to, but will that render the files useless if I transfer them from one to the other? I.e. if the hard drive is formatted "for PC" for steps 1 and 2, when I connect it to the Mac for steps 4 and 5, will it give me problems? Sorry for the 'dumbed down' questions. I've tried multiple methods for transferring files from PC to Mac, and it's proving to be much more of a hassle than I anticipated. Some insight and recommendations would be much appreciated. If anyone can speak to the above points and/or recommend a suitable hard drive, it'd be much appreciated. I've been looking at WD's "My Passport" series, but I've been a bit confused regarding the distinction between the 'For Mac' ones vs. the ones that do not specify an OS. Thanks!