I just ordered a new Retina MacBook Pro (!) and, when it comes, I'd like to restore files/apps as needed, rather than do a full Time Machine restore. I was planning on doing this: *Restore my system settings/user data/important media & documents from Time Machine right away *As I need applications, I'll restore them one by one via Time Machine. Here is my question: If I restore applications like this, is it as simple as finding the app in Time Machine and hitting restore? If, for example, I want to restore Final Cut Pro and I just navigate to the app and restore it, will that restore all the associated files? Or will this break the functionality of some of my apps? Is there a better way to do what I want to do?