I just picked up this bad boy today for $1300 (let me know if it's a deal): 2012 13" Macbook Pro Still Current Model - Includes Original Packaging Intel i7 2.9GHz (Paid 1499.00) 16GB 1600MHz RAM (Paid 199.00) 750GB Stock 5400 RPM Hard Drive Additional 128GB SSD 550 MBs Read 510MBs Write (Paid 229.00) Aluminum Adapter Bracket for SSD (Paid 69.95) To add SSD I removed DVDRW (Included) Hengedock Vertical Docking Station (Awesome!) (Paid 69.00+22.00 Shipping) 2nd MagSafe Power Adapter (Don't Remember What I Paid) Cold Boot to Login in 8 Seconds. My current macbook pro is a mid 2009: 10.6.8 2.26 intel core 2 duo 4 gb ram So, I am using the migration assistant for the first time. I have gotten everything connect, but here is the issue: the main OS on the new MBP is on the 128 gb SSD, and I wish to put all my files on the HDD The SSD is listed as the startup disk, and the HDD is listed under "Devices". When I go to system preferences, and go to startup disk, all I see is the SSD. When hold "option" and start up the computer, I am able to start using the SSD, or recovery mode. I need to know how I can use migration assistant to only move files to the HDD, not the SSD. Or, let me know if I need to manually move the files over using an external HDD, or something like that. Thank you. I am pretty good with computers, but this has me stumped.