I bought my MacBook with a 60GB hard disk, which is starting to get a little restricting when I start pulling multiple VM snapshots off my desktop's RAID array. So I'm thinking of sticking in a large disk, what with how cheap they are these days. I've got no problems with the hardware side of things, what I need is a guide of how to image the current hard disk to an external hard disk so that I can then image it back on to the new disk once it's inserted. The steps I'm expecting are; 1.) image current internal disk to external disk 2.) remove current internal disk 3.) insert new internal disk 4.) image from external disk to new internal disk I have SuperDuper & obviously Disk Utility. I just want to make sure that there is a way to image everything across before I buy the new disk. (Before anybody asks, no I do not want to take the opportunity to do a clean install, I have far too much that would be lost & would need doing all over again).