Hi everyone, been a while since I've been around here but you guys always seem to be have the answers Ok, here's the situation - I bought a Macbook when they first came out, but in my poor-student mentality I decided that a 60 GB hard drive would suffice and that I could take advantage of the user-replaceable hard drive of the MacBook later. Well, one year and 50 hard fought GB later that time is now. I've managed to get a 120GB hard drive that will fit and am ready to roll but I have realized that I have a MAJOR problem. During the course of my MacBook's life I must have downloaded many GB of updates from Apple, but if I replace the HD and reinstall OSX from my MacBook discs I will lose this! Moving music/files/movies across is no problem but these updates are! I really need them, but my internet is EXTREMELY poor right now, and there is no time for me to re-download before I leave to sea for nine months.... Is there any way of transferring the downloaded updates from one Mac installation to another or saving them somehow? Any ideas are welcomed.... Thanks in advance!