Bought a new mac yesterday which came with Tiger and a Leopard update in the box. Last night I powered it up and installed Leopard. Today I bought a firewire cable and used migration assistant to transfer files but didn't see a way to select just what I wanted. Only the HD icon showed and when I clicked that everything came over. The apps are in the apps folder where they're supposed to be but the old home folder is under Users and the new one is empty. The iTunes and iPhoto folders are empty, as is Address Book. How do I get out of this mess? I'm a one computer every few years person so tend to forget how I did it last time. Do you think it best if I went to Disk Utility, erased and started again? Would I then reinstall from the two disks that came with the Mac? What should I then do differently? Is it better to move things over and get it working before upgrading to Leopard? I'm assuming it's only a 'partial' Leopard on the disk that will upgrade Tiger but not work on it's own. Apologies that I asked this question earlier but I realised that posting at the end of an oldish thread probably wasn't the best place to ask something urgent! Thanks.