I have a Late 2013 6-core Mac Pro running Yosemite. I like it a lot but the embarrassing truth is that I don't use it enough to keep it around. My company gave me a 15" Macbook Pro Retina that is more than enough for my needs so I'd like to replace my Mac Pro with that hardware while I'm at home. What I'd like to do is create a bootable hard drive that's a clone of my Mac Pro user account so that it has all of my personal programs, personal files, etc. but just use the company's Macbook Pro hardware. I have SuperDuper and ample USB3 hard drive space to do this. My question is: Can I just simply make a bootable clone of my Mac Pro's boot disk, plug it into the Macbook Pro, and then log in as if nothing changed? Will that work given the drastic difference in hardware? Second question: will I have a miserable time running my OS and programs (like Lightroom, etc.) off of a USB3 boot drive? Would it be better to just create a new account on the Macbook instead and start from scratch?