Hello all! Thanks in advance for the answer to what is probably a simple question. I have had an iBook G4 (1.34) for going on three years now. Over that time I have accumulated a lot of files on the HD, some of which I know I need, some I know I no longer do. What I think would be easiest to do is just to reformat the whole drive and essentially start over. I use the computer mainly for surfing the net, DJing using Serato and music production. Is it really as simple as making a disk image of the HD, transfering that to an external and reinstalling the OS? I believe I have all the disks for my necessary programs, so I should be good there. Any tips or suggestions on how to make this as easy and painless as possible? I have done it on my old PC way back in the day, but its been many years since. Or is there another way of getting rid of the clutter? My main reason for wanting to do this is that due to all the music I have and the music I make, I am constantly juggling files to keep free space on the drive, and Im now currently running out of files to delete to make more room. Sorry if this topic has been done to death on here already, I looked over the first 5 or so pages and didnt see much info on it. Thanks!