Problem 1: Disc ejects 10-20 seconds after inserting I got home, inserted the disc, and it popped right back out. Inserted it into my other Mac, and it looked fine. After a long time it appears that booting your destination computer in target mode is the key. This is accomplished by holding the "t" key when you restart. Now with your other Mac connected via firewire you should see the volume mount. I inserted the disc into my second Mac and started the installation process. I have also heard that external drives will work. Not sure what the problem is with the internal drives, but some of them don't seem to like the disc. Problem 2: I don't see my hard drive in the "choose a destination" screen This is a real weird one. After getting to the destination screen on my secondary Mac, only one drive was appearing and the mounted drive was not one of them. The solution is SIMPLE... just wait. Took about 20 minutes for my drive to appear. Problem 3: Blue Screen of Death! Yep, I got it. And if you have Application Enhancer installed, you probably do too. If you have blue screen and you don't have app enhancer, sorry... I can't help you (but you can still get to your data). The fix was fairly easy. There are two ways to do this. The fancy method is to do the following: Boot into single user mode by holding command-s and delete these four files, or you can do it in one go by typing the following commands and pressing return on your keyboard after each line: rm -rf /Library/Preference Panes/Application Enhancer.prefpane rm -rf /Library/Frameworks/ApplicationEnhancer.framework rm -rf /System/Library/SystemConfiguration/ApplicationEnhancer.bundle rm -rf /Library/Preferences/com.unsanity.ape.plist The easy method is to reboot your blue-screened computer into target mode (as mentioned before) and delete the files manually. (In this step you can also access all your data that you might have thought you lost forever). Reboot your machine and everything should work fine. Ugh, its been a long couple days for me.