Well, today I received my 2004-generation 1.0 GHz eMac G4. After configuring the Airport Extreme card to recognize my Linksys router, it's been smooth sailing. AND I can finally sell that old iMac G3 of mine! (I don't want to turn this into a "Ooh, you've been ripped off!" or "This costs $30, not $300" sort of thread.) The specs, aside that G4 processor I mentioned, include... 512 MB of DDR SDRAM A 40 GB hard drive CD-ROM drive (might replace this or either get an external DVD burner) Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger (updated it to 10.4.11) iLife '04 (may replace it with iLife '06) ATI graphics card with 32MB of dedicated video RAM 3 USB 2.0 ports, two FireWire 400 ports, an Ethernet port, no modem, digital audio in and out ports I like it a lot so far, and I like the screen size and the performance is an improvement over the old iMac G3 (it's somewhat identical to the PowerMac G4s at my college in terms of performance). However, I DO want to partition my Maxtor OneTouch USB 2.0 external hard drive (750 GB) into two sections; keep the data for my PCs in one part, then make another partition to use for the Mac. How can I do this?