Hi everyone, I got my first Apple, the new 27" iMac, a couple weeks ago, but I replaced it today because of the yellow tint issue with the screen. (This replacement also has a yellow tint, so it will be replaced yet again shortly.) In that week plus of use however, I had some of my documents transferred to the HD from my Windows XP PC, installed a few programs, and made many customizations to the OS settings. I made a Time Machine backup of all that prior to replacing it. Eventually, whenever it is that I get the final iMac that is without defects, I will use Migration Assistant to transfer that account I first created. (I'll also open the iMac in store to make sure there are no apparent problems, but in doing so I'd have to create an account the first time it launches. As I understand I should create an account name that's different from the one I'll use, that way I can Migrate, otherwise it won't let me replace an account of the same name) I wondering though if there would be any benefit to not migrating that previous account. Instead just manually doing it all over again from scratch. I understand the concept of a "clean install" so that unnecessary files aren't transferred over, but when you're merely transferring over files from a relatively new account that's only been in use for a week, is there any reason at all to not simply use Migration Assistant? Thanks for any tips.