Hi all, I've been searching and can't seem to find the answer to this. I have a Mac Pro 1,1 (2006) that recently had a kernel panic. I've replaced it now with the slightly newer Mac Pro 3,1 (early 2008), and I want to know if I can just take my hard drive from the 1,1 and install it into the 3,1. Is it risky to do this because of the kernel panic, and also, would it just act like another drive even though it has another OS on it (it's Snow Leopard) and the 3,1 is running Lion? I know I can get an external enclosure for it and use it as an external drive, so I guess I'm asking what the difference (if any) is between the external enclosure and just installing it internally, and if it could damage the new system. Also wondering about the memory- I had 4 GB in the 1,1- is there anything to consider before adding this to the 3,1, or again, because of the kernel panic, would it be better to leave it alone? Thanks in advance for your input!