So I got a new 750GB internal HD for my MBP and I want to install it. I know how to do the physical aspect of removing the old HD and installing the new one. My problem comes with doing a backup. I currently have a 1TB external attached to my MBP that I use just to store media on and it currently has around 600 GB available. I need to back up my media from this drive (which I could easily restore manually by dragging/dropping if need be) and everything off my MBP's 160GB internal. I for sure want the backup to be bootable just in case anything goes wrong. Anyone want to give me a step by step guide to backing up my files and restoring them onto the new internal HD. I would also like help in regards to installing Snow Leopard on the new drive. Can I just use the SL upgrade disk or do I need my original Leopard install disk as well? ****Side Note***** A couple months ago when I finally upgraded to Snow Leopard I made a bootable back-up on a 2nd external drive (not my 1 TB media drive) and then did a clean install of OSX. I can't use this method this time though because the drive I used was an old internal that I had connected via SATA to USB cable. I no longer have access to that drive but I do have the SATA - USB cable if that will help in anyway. ****************** Thanks!