Hi everyone, I need to upgrade my 500 GB HD in my early 2011 15" MBP as soon as possible in order to dual-boot a good-sized chunk of Windows so that I may run my school-specific engineering programs on it, and install all my space-hungry games as well. They are all Windows-only. I've used about 210 GB of this current drive and I do not have Bootcamp installed currently - I had to get rid of it because my HD was starved of space. I'm stuck between a 750 GB Western Digital Scorpio Black and a 1 TB Samsung Spinpoint drive. The 7200 RPM of the WD sounds interesting to me, as I do game on Steam and Microsoft FSX occasionally and I feel like the 7200 RPM will make a difference, but the larger space of the Samsung is also attractive as I am constantly importing heavy photos and videos, and downloading large programs for school, and add-ons for my games. However, I have heard rumors that the 5400 RPM 1 TB may actually be faster due to the data being localized on the drive, assuming I have ample free space available. I don't know how partitioned drives react to this though. I'm just repeating what I've heard, I wouldn't be knowledgeable myself, haha. Also, do I need to get an external enclosure to transfer all my data from my current hard drive? I heard the procedure is to connect the new drive, format it as Mac OS X Extended Journaled via Disk Utility, install ML on it, and it gives me an option to restore the contents of my current drive onto the new drive. Is this true? Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!