Hi everyone! So, tomorrow I'll be taking my 1st Gen 24" iMac to the local Apple representative since my DVD Drive swallowed my Battlefield 2 disc and won't eject it no matter what I try to do. If they have the replacement DVD Drive in stock they'll replace it quickly, however, my Mac has everything (digitally speaking) that matters to me, work files, pictures, movies, keychain access etc etc... and I just don't feel very confortable with it staying in the store for more than 1 day (which will probably happen). My question is, is there anyway to protect my data by making it impossible to access my Account? I have a password set up but... is that enough for someone who knows their way around OS X? I'm asking because if it was Windows... I could access someone's files easily without even booting the OS, however, as this is the first time I ever had problems with Apple hardware, I don't know what to do to ensure my personal data stays protect and untouched. BTW - I have an external HD and I've moved some stuff there already, still, I don't want to have to delete my whole keychain access (for example) or having to re-download 3GB of e-mail! Thanks in advance for any help that you might give My iMac is running OS X Tiger 10.4.10 if it matters.