Hi all, My four year old iMac G5 is now old and cranky (it hates Safari, Firefox, Java and sometimes waking from sleep doesn't work) and I think it's time to wave bye-bye and say hello to a MacBook Pro. I am anticipating disposing of the G5 via a trade-in arrangement. I have been told that as part of this, my files can be transferred. However, I do not want to hand over my iMac to someone with my files still on it. Also, I personally like to set up a new computer by myself. Therefore, I need to copy all my files and settings beforehand and wipe the hard drive. I've seen the blurb here and on other sites on how to get as much data wiped off the hard drive before sale. I'm reasonably confident I should be able to copy my important files to a DVD. What I don't know is if and how I can copy and save my network settings (or keychain) and transfer those to the new MacBook. This is quite important, because I can't for the life of me recall how to gain access to my wireless network. I don't want to take a new computer home and find out that I need to set up the network afresh or face being without the internet. So is there a way of collecting my network access info and storing it on a disc or drive? Also, and this is obviously not a technical issue, are there any good tips on physically cleaning the iMac, especially the keyboard, without resorting to dishwasher roulette? Thanks.