Yes it did. Luckily, they ended up trying to send it to the wrong address or I would have had to wait until today to get it. Tracking online is great because you can see the minute-by-minute location through FedEx.
I used the migration assistant to transfer everything over, but ran into major problems with my Time Capsule. I called AppleCare and they had it fixed in about 30 minutes. Of all the Apple products I own, that thing is the one I understand the LEAST. It is great when it is working on its own, but a bear when it stops being friendly.
I did have to re-install the Maestro software for my Duet. That didn't work well in the transfer, only to find out afterwards that none of the software functions following the migration. It either has to be re-installed or re-registered on the new machine. Didn't take long though, because I didn't have a plethora of software to transfer in the first place.
I have to read up on optimizing the machine for the fastest, most efficient use. I think it may need to be tweaked a bit for Logic and other programs. The display is really stunning, and I was pleased to see that it wasn't so much bigger than the 24" I had prior. My current desk works just fine!
I ran Logic in 64-bit, and the only thing that is going to be a problem is my controller. M-Audio and their Hypercontrol does not work at all in the new 64-bit application, so I'm probably going to have to reset all the major functions I use on the keyboard as far as transport buttons, faders, et cetera.
Great machine! I'm looking forward to using it more in-depth today now that I spent all day yesterday making sure everything works properly. I can say this...NOT having a scroll ball is the best thing so far.