Hey folks! So...I've scoured the forums looking for info, but haven't found a precise answer to my question: I'm about to sell my MacBook and I would like to port all the data to the MacBook Pro I'm going to buy, once I get the money from the sale. I'm looking to do this in one of two ways...either: 1) When I get the MacBook Pro, use Time Machine (which has cloned my MacBook's hard drive to an external hard drive) to restore all the data. My concern with this method is: a) whether or not things are actually cloned, or will I need to go looking for them? b) if the new computer I get has Snow Leopard on it, will Time Machine still work? (Since my MacBook is running Leopard). OR 2) Use Carbon Copy Cloner to clone my hard drive to an internal hard drive (in an enclosure), which I would then place into the new MacBook Pro. My concern with this, again, is that the clone of the MacBook would be running Leopard, whereas the new MacBook Pro will likely come preloaded with Snow Leopard. Perhaps this wouldn't be a problem, though? The new MacBook Pro would come with installation disks for Snow Leopard...but installation disks and upgrade disks are likely quite different, right? Any thoughts/assistance would be much appreciated!