Mac newbie here (years of Windoze experience). SSD just arrived and I've got it in the 2nd optical bay ('09 Mac Pro) and partitioned/formatted as extended journaled. I'd like to do a clean install of Snow Leopard onto it, but keep my old drive for bulk data, like iTunes library and movies etc. but I'm not sure how. I did some research a few months ago and it didn't sound easy to have "special" folders like Movies, Music, Pictures on your non-boot drive and still have it integrate seamlessly in apps. Maybe I got the wrong impression? Also, once the SSD is bootable, is there anything I need to do to the old drive. Just reformat it? Will my new OS "see" my old Time Machine backup set? Any suggestions, links, how-to's or checklists I can follow?