I've got a MacBook Core Duo (2 GHz White model) and have been thinking of doing some major upgrades. The hard drive is pretty much full; 10 GB FAT32 partition for Boot Camp, and the 50 GB partition is down to 5 GB free. I have an external 250 GB firewire Lacie drive I transfer videos I'm not using to, otherwise it'd be totally full. I was thinking about doing some upgrades...say, 2 GB of RAM and a 160 GB hard drive (or maybe 200). But I need to know the feasibility first. I would like everything to remain exactly as it is now, just gain more space. From what I know, Carbon Copy Cloner is the way to do this; put the 160 GB drive in a portable enclosure (USB or FireWire), and clone the original disk to it. My questions are these: 1) Carbon Copy Cloner is not Intel native or Universal. Will problems arise using the PowerPC version to clone an Intel install? 2) I assume CCC is free because I can not find any pricing on their web page. Is this correct? 3) Will CCC only clone the Mac partition, or will it also clone the Windows side of things so I don't lose that stuff either? Thanks!