I'm hoping to pick up both a desktop and a notebook this year (one being a 2011 model, one being a 2012 model). I've sold my 11" Air because it's too small and am now in need of a MacBook. However, the only one I could really justify right now is the baseline 13" Pro or Air. If I got an iMac when they're refreshed, i'd likely get a higher spec one. My question is, if I have Final Cut or iMovie on my MacBook and create a project, is it easy enough to hook it up to my desktop through Thunderbolt and transfer full projects (and clips) over target disk mode? and vice versa, can I create a project on my desktop and then transfer them to a notebook for taking on the go to make final minor edits? Are Apple's video app's architectures setup in a way that means this can be done. If not, it likely means i'm going to have to wait a few more months until I can get a notebook, since i'll need to get a higher spec one. ---------- Or, alternatively, can I simply hook up a MacBook to my future iMac and then work in Final Cut/iMovie as if it were simply an external disk. So no need to move files, simply making Final Cut/iMovie's directory being on the MacBook? Thanks for any help.