And Redo delivered - the restore worked with no hassle at all. But what it did not do, and what the version of Clonezilla Live probably would not have done either, is to resize the partitions so that the extra space on the new drive would be used. So, I downloaded GPartEd Live and burned it to a CD. And GPartEd is one of those programs that if you've ever used it a few times, you know exactly what you need to do and could probably accomplish it quickly. But as a first-time user I was mystified as to why I could not grow my data partition to use the new space on the drive. GPartEd would allow me to shrink it, but not grow it. It took looking at a few web pages to understand that the swap partition, which normally sits at the far end of the drive, was right after my original data partition and had to be moved to the end of the unallocated space - something that GPartEd can easily do, but they don't exactly make it intuitive for a new user.