Hi all. My mid 2008 iMac internal hard drive is on the way out. This holds my OS, programs documents and photos, with an external drive for music and media, both backed up to a Time Machine drive (and a Super Duper copy off-site. Had a data loss before without a back up..). I intend to pay somewhere to change the internal drive to SSD (probably a Samsung 256gb 840 Pro in an Icy Box enclosure) as I don't fancy doing it myself. Rather than clone the internal drive to the SSD can I just use Time Machine to restore the internal drive volume on to the clean SSD drive when I get the iMac back with it installed? (Without needing to touch the external drive volume, which is fine). The Icy Box enclosures seem to be just caddies ie I could not use the caddy to clone the internal drive to the SSD. I would need to buy a sata to usb enclosure to do this. So I am wondering if I can forget this and just use Time Machine. Hope this makes sense! Thanks for any pointers.