Sadly, I've had my iBook (see sig) for just over 7 months, and I'm already down to my last 3GB of hard drive space. Originally, when I bought the iBook new, I had to get it in the stock configuration of 40GB HDD, as Amazon did not allow any built to order (and Amazon's price was unbeatable - $785 for a brand new 12" iBook ). So, I'm thinking of upgrading my hard drive to something bigger. I guess I could do it myself, but I understand that it would void my warranty, and it is actually pretty difficult. Therefore, I've looked to see if I can have it done otherwise. Enter Techrestore - they can do it for not much more than it would cost me if I did it myself, and if they do it, it will not void my warranty (except for the hard drive itself, of course), plus they offer a warranty on their hard drive too. In addition, they do it within 24 hours and transfer your data too: http://www.techrestore.com/ As long as I'm having it done, I figured I'd go for the biggest practical HDD they offer: 120GB 5400 RPM. So my question is: what are your experiences with Techrestore? I ask because I have some questions, and I sent them an email a few days ago to the email address for contact and they have not responded - not a good sign in my opinion. Basically, I wanted to know if 120GB will work for a 12" 1.33Ghz iBook, and what do they mean by "transfer data"... will they clone my HDD or just transfer document data etc (and I'll have to re-install all my apps from discs).