I could really use some advice on this one...I'm fairly computer savvy, but still consider myself a mac newbie. Currently I wear a few different hats, and have a computer for each one. I've used a sony notebook for years, and that got me through college and I continue to use it as I work on my Master's degree (frequent portability is huge here). I also use that to do some remote shooting with my Canon SLR in my home studio, and do photo editing (photoshop 7) on it for an online company run by a good friend. When I go into work, I often migrate raw files over to a mac pro that has CS3 and do my editing from there, but I'm only in the office 1 day a week. I'm also a youth pastor. When I'm working at church I use an 08 iMac for video editing, iweb design (if you can call it design...seeing as they do all the work for you!) and I run ProPresenter all the time. I'm planning on combining everything I do down to one macbook pro to preserve some of my sanity as soon as I have the budget money put aside for it (probably in the next 2-3 months). My question is, how do I best combine all of the data that I have spread all over the place? My company owns the CS3 license for the tower I run off of, but it would take some digging to find that...can I just migrate it over? Is there a specific order I should do things in (mac pro first, then pc, then imac?) Thanks!