i just got a new hard drive for my laptop, and i was wondering a few things about making the switch from the old drive to the new one, softwarewise. i have a enclosure that i'm going to keep my old drive for portable and backup use. one option i've read would to use carbon copy cloner or some similar kind of program and just copy one drive to the other straight. my idea was, why not just install panther on the new drive from scratch (after formatted of course) so that i get the benifits of having a squeaky clean fresh start? the only issue is, i want to keep my old user, and all of its documents and its keychain and stuff. could i just make my first user on the new-drive/new-install-of-panther the same as my old one and just copy over my user directory from the old drive in the enclosure through firewire? though i guess it would also be good to rebuild my preferences from scratch as well. there are a few things that i would definitely want to carry over from my old user account on the old drive: my iCal calender, my addressbook, my keychain, my email boxes and account information, network configuration (wireless passwords and such)... um, let's see, anything else... well everything else is simply documents. like it's obvious where i'd copy my music and documents and pictures and etc from, but i'm not sure where that list of stuff above is located, and if it's possible to do it this way without it being a pain or something. any of you know where to find this stuff and if i can just copy and paste and all will be well?