So my 24" iMac is on it's way from China Now to figure out the best way to make the switch from my PC. Question 1 relates to importing photos and videos from drives currently formated NTFS: Right now I have an internal 500gb drive, and two external drives. I plan to make the 500gb an external and use with the mac. It currently holds all of my photos, itunes library, and home movies. And the current external drives are used as backups for all my media. Thing is, all three drives are currently formatted as NTFS. As I understand it, Mac's use FAT32, correct? I also plan to use Windows XP on the iMac via bootcamp. My questions relate to how to import all my media in to OS X since that will be my primary OS and XP will be used for gaming mainly. If I just hook the 500gb up via firewire as it is currently formatted, will OS X even see the files so I can drag on to the internal drive? Could I just boot in to XP on the iMac, and drag the files from the external drive on to the internal drive, and then when booting in OS X, see all of my files again? (then I would reformat the 500gb drive as FAT32) Or another option if it would work, would be to reformat the 500gb drive now as FAT32 and copy everything back over from the external drives to it. Once I have my iMac and the 500gb hooked up, it will be ready for OS X already. Question 2 is about importing my iTunes library: After I figure out question 1, the other one is making sure all my iTunes library is successfully imported in to the Mac, especially my purchased music. I assume all I need to do is drag all of my tracks in to the library and then authorize the Mac so it is able to play and sync to my ipod (which is currently windows formatted)? Thanks for helping me figure all of this out. Everything is backed up to DVD just in case something goes horribly wrong.