Mac Pro will be here tomorrow. I then have the task of moving a lifetime of documents, images, music, and files from this PC to the mac pro. The BIGGEST concern is my business and work files. They are mainly Photoshop PSD's (and all the other Adobe program files, Illustrator, Indesign, PDF's) and then a bunch of html/php/css and Flash files. They are all in a hugely complex folder structure for my work, divided by client, business, site name, and other. Right now, my work files alone constitute around 100,000 files in someodd 9000 folders. So, I am a little nervous just "dragging and dropping" that much data from my PC to my Mac (and then using the new Mac located files to then backup). I want to be sure that the files on my mac are all bonafide and proper. Can I just copy the files from the PC to the mac and not worry about things like the file extensions and folder structure? Best to do this over a network to avoid file-system irregularities when using an external hard drive? Or maybe use MacDrive to view my Mac External 500gig drive I ordered, copy all my files to that, and then copy those to the Mac Pro internal drives. As it is right now, all those files and folders are on NTFS drives. I know all my questions might seem simple to experience mac people, but this Mac Pro is the singular entity which supports my family, pays my bills, and puts food on the table. I don't want to just copy my work files/folders over willy nilly. Any thoughts on this?