I am giving a used snow leopard macbook to a relative. I have two ideal scenarios for how their experience would go: First scenario: I want them to have the welcome screen experience (e.g. where you choose language, register the machine, create the first account) that I had when I first turned it on. Can this simply be achieved by reinstalling the OS disks that came with the machine, and in the process wiping its history blank? Will they then get the whole experience when the turn it on? If that is so, then that's great. But now for the more complicated second scenario. Second scenario: What if I want them to have all of the above, but with applications and other files (such as videos and photos) already pre-installed? For example.. they go through the welcome screen, create the machine's first account, and then find that there is a video from me on the desktop. Is this second scenario even possible? I'm thinking that there are two possible ways: Easy way - I create their account (perhaps after reinstalling the OS), put the files I want on the desktop, and then find some way so that when it's next turned on the Welcome Video will play but it will take them to log into the account that I created. Hard way - Install files and apps, then delete all accounts.. I really don't know how this would work. -- Any help with this would be massively appreciated!