As I noted on another thread in this forum, I got my new i5 mini with 16MB RAM and 512MB SSD yesterday and hope to set it up Sunday, along with migrating my files, apps, and settings, etc. from my mid-2010 mini. I've got a few questions, as I want to do this in the right order, and Apple's support doc on "How to move your content to a new Mac" is unfortunately vague on a few crucial matters. I plan to use Migration Assistant and my latest Time Machine backup on an external HD for the process. I only have one monitor and Apple's support doc seems tailored mainly to people moving stuff from one laptop to another (where both have built-in displays). Since I only have one monitor, I would be flying blind trying to connect both minis to each other. Quick questions: 1) Should I set-up the new mini using the Set-up Assistant prior to using the Migration Assistant to move content from my old mini to the new one? 2) Can I use the USB-C to USB Adapter that I just bought from Apple to connect my Time Machine external HD (which has USB 2.0 cable, I believe) to the new mini? 3) Similarly, should the USB-C to VGA Multiport Adapter I just bought from Apple suffice to connect my Dell HD monitor (with a VGA cable) to the new mini? If I'm not mistaken, both of those Adapters plug into the Thunderbolt ports. 4) I have a (non-Apple) ergonomic keyboard and a cordless Bluetooth mouse that I've used with my old mini. I've had them connected to a USB hub (the keyboard by a cable w/ adapter and the mouse via a Bluetooth receiver plugged into the hub). Can I just plug that hub into one of the USB3 ports on the new mini in order to connect everything plugged into the hub to the new mini? 5) I have Gig Fiber broadband coming into a router w/ Wifi for our home network. Can I just switch the ethernet cable from the router to the new mini's ethernet port, or is there likely some complicated switch-over procedure. (I realize I can probably query my broadband provider about that.) That's it, I think. If any of you have already been through a similar switchover, I'd be grateful for any tips or warnings you can provide. Although I am a "MacRumors Newbie", I've been using Macs since 1984 and appreciate the deep knowledge and experience that regulars on the Forums here have.