I have an MBP that has a superdrive that can no longer read the Apple system restore dvds. I want to install Leopard on a brand new hard drive since my old HD is faulty. How do i do this without the superdrive? I'm looking for an external dvd-drive, but I haven't been able to borrow one yet. If i borrow a macbook with a working superdrive, replace the hard drive with the one I want to install it on and install Leopard on it, can I use that on my MBP? Just to be clear: 1. I'll remove the HD of a macbook; 2. I'll attach the new HD of my MBP to the macbook; 3. Install Leopard on that HD; 4. Remove that HD from the macbook and attach it to my MBP. Will this work? Thanks.