EDIT: I've gotten to the stage where I am re-installing Mountain Lion. It's taking ridiculously long over Wifi, barely moving. I've found an ethernet cable though, and been told doing it this way is faster. Can I cancel this re-installation and do it with the cable, and if so, how? ---------------- (I had another thread addressing one of the topics, but as I was receiving no answers, and I couldn't bump it, I've edited and removed the question, so I can ask it in this thread along with my other question - I hope I'm allowed to do this. 2) MBP arrived yesterday, and on start up , it mentioned transferring files, and I thought great, I want to transfer some photos and my itunes - so I selected 'transfer other files' (or something along those lines) thinking it would allow me to specifically select what I wanted to transfer - but alas, suddenly it was like 'transferring giles' estimated time 3 hours! It's just finished transferring them (I'm about to 'Create my computer account' however I'm really annoyed as I don't want to transfer all my files to it, only specific ones as I've got much crap on my old computer and this one I want clean of it. If I restore factory settings now, will that rid it of all files I've just sent and have it like new, and I can then select specific ones at a later date? (I can't actually see any files in the MPB, but I'm worried they could be lurking. IS Factory Restore the same as just re-installing OSX - and if there are any files I transfered, will they be like gone, so I free up space? Please help! I'm getting no answers anywhere!