Hey guys, I've done a good amount of research and I think I understand pretty well how to install a new hard drive in my 2010 i5 MacBook Pro. I've installed RAM in it earlier, so opening the case up doesn't really scare me that much. The only thing I'm a bit confused on is what to do after the hard drive is installed. I've heard of many people using services like "Carbon Copy Cloner" or "SuperDuper" to clone their hard drive so they can boot into it or something? Since I use Time Machine, can't I just use that? I was thinking that after installing the new HDD I turn on the computer and insert the Mac OS X Snow Leopard install DVD and hold down the option key. Once it gives me the option, I select the DVD and then install the OS on to the new hard drive. Then once I get to the migration helper, I just select my time machine drive and allow it to move my documents over. That would work, right? Any help or advice would be great. I ordered the HDD and it should be here from new egg within this week I'd say.