I thought replacing that darn hard drive would be quite easy since I've done it on a bazillion desktop PCs before. Well, it was from an annoying software and jumper point of view. SuperDuper! worked swimmingly, and I didn't have to do that bass-ackwards "clone-master" thing that Windows hasn't figured out how to kill. But taking a MBP apart is not easy. It's made harder when you don't have a T6 Torx screwdriver (I usually have one in my wallet) and don't see the instruction to take out four very long screws holding the top of the keyboard/cover in place. Luckily, I don't think I killed anything. I booted the MBP up with the 200GB-larger new drive in there and after taking a bit longer than normal to boot (which I kind of expected), everything looked normal. I gave the case a few more scratches than it needed on the bottom (effin' tiny screws!) but nothing major. Anybody else switched their drive out recently? It seems that 120GB is a pitiful capacity nowadays, especially if you load Adobe CS3 and two versions of Quark Xpress. I only have 15GB of iTunes-related stuff, so it seems weird that I have 100GB of mostly applications.