I'm know this has been asked before and I apologize for making a new thread, but I wanted to make sure I'd be getting the newest recommendations, as I know these technologies are being updated/upgraded all the time. Also, the few threads that I've read have had mixed product reviews (some raving about a particular drive only in later comments to say that that drive is causing issues in Mac devices). I'd really like to avoid that headache, obviously. I have a 15" Unibody MacBook Pro with the factory-installed 250GB hard drive, which is almost full. In my new drive, I'd like as much space as possible, which from what I've read would be between 750GB-1TB. I don't have any hard requirements other than this: I want the most dependable, highest-capacity drive that is known to have good results (long-term) with in MacBook Pros. I was looking at this Seagate SSD+HDD combo drive but wasn't sure how I would go about copying over my backup to this new partitioned system: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00691WMJG/ref=ox_sc_act_title_3?ie=UTF8&m=ATVPDKIKX0DER Another concern of mine is that some of my programs (Adobe CS3, CS5, and some others) were not exactly bought and installed from the manufacturer's disks. Would this pose a problem with cloning/copying my old drive's contents on to my new drive? Thank you, I appreciate any help!