My iMac G5 that is 4 years old and has been having video card problems for the last six months finally crapped out on me over the weekend. When I boot it up now the screen is just jibberish, I can barely make out what it is showing. I can see it well enough to log on once it boots up, but that is about it. So I just purchased a new 13" MBP to replace it. My question is am I still going to be able to use Migration Assistant to transfer all of my files to my new MBP without being able to do anything on my iMac other than just booting it up and logging on? Do I have to open anything on my iMac to start the process? I have everything backed up to a Time Capsule, not sure if I can connect straight to that using Migration Assistant and copy everything from there. This is only my second Mac so I have never been through this process before. Any advice on this would be appreciated. Also, I am assuming I need a firewire cable to do the transfer. The MPB has FW800, but I am not sure what the iMac has. I am assuming FW400, but I am not sure how to verify that now that I can't look at the spec details. If it is infact FW400, do I buy a FW400 to FW800 cable? Thanks in advance for any help.