Hi there everyone, Soon I think I'm gonna sell my mid 2012 Classic MBP (since its hard drive is way too slow for my needs, I don't like glossy displays and its resolution is actually a downgrade visually from my previous PC monitor) and I'm probably gonna wait and buy the next gen retina MacBooks which hopefully will feature a bit more storage for less money since Apple's current prices are absolutely ridiculous. Currently the price of aftermarket SSDs isn't so high at all (compared to the prices 1-2 years before and Apple's current offerings) but I guess the current retina MBP is the whole "satisfactory" package. My question is this: I'm currently using SuperDuper! To make backups of my machine, and so far the software is backing up everything wonderfully(I've even disabled Time Machine, because I don't see why I would waste space on my external hard drive, housing 2 backups). But if I sell the MacBook before actually purchasing the new one, how I will restore everything to its original state on the previous machine? I guess it will be the same version of the OS - Mountain Lion which will be a plus and make things easier, yes? Since obviously the previous Mac won't be at hand, when I restore the stuff to the new one and I will be relying on the backup contained in my external HDD, how should I approach this (without Migration Assistant which probably would have been the best option). Is SuperDuper's FAQ section there is this line, which reads: "In general, brand new Macs come with special builds of OSX that have support for the new hardware. Even though the version number might be the same (e.g. OS X 10.5.7), the build number is often different. This means that, most of the time, you should not use SuperDuper! to copy from an old Macs to a brand new one." What would you suggest me to do? I suppose some of you might have experience in this and can offer a valuable advice? That is one of the main reasons I switched to a Mac - the ease of use, pleasant interface, frequent updates and lack of (frequent) issues. I hope I have seamless experience in this "department" as well! Thank you very much for your attention and input!