At my work, large high school, we are experimenting with Macbooks pro's to see if these are much more stable then windows system for editing movies etc. Normally we use Windows based machines and thoese are all imaged with the same image trough Ghost. We want to use a structure, so we can image all Macbooks at the same time. So i thought to do the following: Installing a Macbook Pro with all the software it needs for editing movies, pictures and so on. After that start up Time Warp for backing up the whole OS. After that, get a fresh new macbook pro, start up Time Warp and restore the backup from the first macbook pro. This sounds easy, and if everything is right, it should be, but somehow i do think i forget something. Is this a good way for making all the same macbooks? or is there any better software around who could fix this for me? Please do not shoot me for it, but i never used a macbook pro and it's software, cause we always worked with Windows.