Before I destroy my computer totally and lose everything, I just want to check I've got the right process: I want to clone my iMac's internal HDD to an external one, erase the internal one, then restore the clone to it (to solve a Bootcamp partition error). So in Super Duper, do I want to cope the HDD to a disk image, or to the external HDD? As I understand it, when I have my back-up ready on my external, I need to reboot with the Leopard installer, open Disk Utility, select Restore, choose the source Disk Image (on my external HDD), then select the internal as the destination. Which will put everything back where it was, fully functional, only now I've got a nice defragmented/optimised system. Have I got that right?