I've got an exsiting iMac G5 and expecting a new mac pro today (mostly for photo editing and some video work). I have 3 drives to install in addition to the 500GB boot drive. Does anyone have a suggested best practice for setting it up? Here's my expected work flow to get it up and running: 1. Sync all data on existing G5 using .MAC sync / update Aperture Vault (external drive) and backup all documents / misc. data to external drive 2. Unpack Mac Pro and add three hard drives 3. Power up Mac Pro with wired keyboard and mouse 4. Create striped RAID0 using 2 of the 320GB drives (for applications and Aperture library) using Disk Utility 5. Install applications (Aperture, Office, etc.) from CDs 6. Run software update (hopefully this will download the UB version of Aperture) 7. Log-in and sync with .MAC to get all mail settings, address book, iCal, etc. 8. Import Vault from external drive and rebuild Aperture database 9. Copy documents and misc. data from external drive Anything I'm missing? I haven't using the Sync function before so curious if this will work for this function.