Hey everyone. I've got an iMac G3 with a HD that's about... maybe 4 years old now? So I'm thinking it's time for a new one just as a precaution, and more so because it's running out of space. I know that disk utility can make a disk image of the HD. But since I'm getting a larger drive, would that somehow be a problem? The disk image would be smaller than the new drive, but would that matter? Would it need a matching size? I already have an external HD case that is compatible with the internal HDs that the iMac uses because I got it upgraded before (used the old drive as extra storage), so I was thinking I'd disk image the internal HD onto a new drive using my MacBook Pro. That's because the iMac only has Ethernet and USB 1. Then I would apply that disk image onto the new HD, and put the new HD into the iMac. Is there a better way to do it? Do I really need to make a disk image? My concern is just getting all the invisible files. I need everything to come over.