I'm intending to clone my 500gb hard drive onto a new 1TB hard drive and have been reviewing the strategies used by various people on the internet. I intend using Aomei Backer Upper Pro and Aomei Partition Assistant Pro. One person was going to do the same with two hard drives of the same two sizes as mine. He intends creating six partitions, one solely for the system and the other five partitions for things like Photos, Music, etc. Another person suggested (I liked his suggestion) that one creates one partition for the system and the rest of the disk a single partition with folders for everything else. Does anyone see flaws in the above strategies, and if so does anyone have a better partitioning plan for my 1TB hard drive? In the course of the process I'm hoping to use my Winstars hard drive docking station to hold my new 1TB drive as I clone my already installed 500gb drive onto it using the Aomei Backer Upper. My plan may expose my lack of knowledge of the whole process, so if I may I'd like to ask a question or two: If I clone my 500gb hard drive to my 1TB drive, then, after I've installed the new drive into my computer, do I go into that new installed drive and rearrange the partitions with my Aomei Partition Assistant Pro? The chances are that I'm being too simplistic about the whole procedure, so please let me know if I've not taken something into consideration. See links to relevant images below.