Hi all, I am purchasing an SSD, and plan to do a fresh install of Mavericks. I also plan to move my 320gb HDD to the optical bay area. I'm traditionally a windows user, so had a few questions on the backup process: - Typically, does just backing up Users > Home Folder catch pretty much everything? Any other places I should keep an eye on? (I'm not sure if Chrome bookmarks are stored there, or other preferences, etc). - My old HDD will still have OSX on there until I can reboot to start deleting stuff (the plan is to delete everything except the home folder). Will my macbook be confused at all by seeing 2 drives? Or can I simply hold option while I boot to pick the new drive? - Should I completely format/wipe the old drive and copy the data back, or can I easily just delete everything but the home folder after? My current plan looks something like this: 1. Backup anything important to an external drive just in case 2. Open up macbook, install SSD into the primary SATA slot, and my old HDD into the optical bay with a caddy 3. Boot up with a USB drive + mavericks to install to the SSD 4. Reboot computer, from Mavericks, copy my old home folder back onto the SSD (bad idea? maybe just reinstall everything from scratch?) 5. Delete all unnecessary files from old HDD, keeping just the home directory of my data (delete system files, etc. Not sure if i'll have problems with these being locked). Any tips to make the transition easier appreciated.