Ok, here is the background.. I've got a Dual G5 now with a Raptor Boot/OS and Applications Drive and a separate 250GB "Data" drive.. I'm getting a new Mac Pro with a 250GB, which I'm wanting to take out of the #1 bay, and replace with a new Raptor.... Then I am adding two 500GB drives into bay's 3 and 4 and using them in RAID 0, and taking the 250GB drive that came in bay one and using it in Bay 2... What can I do to make my migration from the G5 to the Pro least painful if I wish to both, preserve my Applications folder and also the data on my 2nd drive? Can I just plug the 2nd drive from the G5 into one of the bay's of the Pro and drag-drop everything onto the "new" 250GB drive? and then do a fresh install with the Back up/recovery disks onto the Raptor to get that to be my new boot drive? The copy all of the applications off the 2nd raptor (via the applications folder) to the "new" Raptor? Or do I need to re-install all the app all over again? Sorry if this is as confusing as I'm making it sound, but it's giving me a headache thinking about it! Maybe I can just plug the two Mac's together and copy everything over that way after I get the Pro set up first? Help!