I'm about to buy my first iMac. I'm waiting for the new one but that is not the purpose of this thread. Is it worth getting the One to One subscription? I see the point if you have a laptop or an iOS device. But although I would like help setting up etc I'm not sure it's very practical for a desktop. When you buy it will they help at all or are you on your own? Could you bring in a back up of your existing PC hard drive and get them to set it up for you (with or without One to one)? I've read the stuff on apples website and also on here, but it's a different story when you have to do it. Also I plan to get apple care which gives you phone support anyway. Have any iMac users done the One to One and lugged it back to the apple store more than once for the initial set up? I would say I'm middle of the road when it comes to computers but have no experience on OSX. What do people think? Save my money and use the phone/forum option if I get stuck? Also would you use migration assistant from a PC or just manually move over documents, iTunes and pictures etc?