Hey guys and gals. My new 13" MBP (2.7Ghz / 750 Gig) arrives next week. This would be more exciting if its arrival wasn't due to my 4-yr-old 15" MBP dying. My question is, with my old MBP dead I am relying on a Time Machine backup for restoring various files, etc. However, I'd like to take this opportunity to only transfer what I really want -- the old MBP felt like an old storage cupboard with a load of junk in! So I don't want to transfer the whole lot. Essentially, I think that all I want are my iPhotos pics and stuff, my iTunes stuff, my Lightroom 3 library, perhaps my Aperture library, and various word/pdf files that were on my desktop. I know that when I start up the first time I'll be asked if want to transfer stuff from another computer or volume. I assume this includes a TM backup. Should I do it then or can I open TM later and selectively import what I need? Are there pros/cons to each scenario? Once the MBP arrives I kinda need to get straight to work on it so doing the above might not be an option -- unless it has to be. I can happily wait until the weekend or so. And how does using TM differ to migration assistant? Also, re iPhoto and iTunes, what files do I need and where do I find these files? I didn't move anything on my old mac so they should be in their default positions. Any help would be much appreciated.