I installed SSD in place of Superdrive, formatted Ext,Journ, restored MtnLion from TimeMachine, renamed old boot partition on 1TB internal because confused time machine, went to SysPref->Startup Disk - Selected SSD drive and clicked restart. In fact did this a couple times. 18s white screen to apple, another 20 seconds to login screen. btw, SysPref->Startup Disk displays 1TB SnowLep, 1TB Mtn Lion, and SSD Mtn Lion (highlighted) 1TB internal has SL partition, ML partition, a Data Partition, and the Mtn Lion recovery partition SSD has only one partition When I boot using the alt/option key there are two Recovery.8.2 disks shown. I am guessing one on the 1TB internal, and one on the SSD. When I boot from DVD I see two entries in the log name: disk2 partition:0. When I use DVD disk utility there is one "disk2" shown with 1.15GB Boot OS X disk image marked as "Startup Disk". Is having two recovery partitions named the same a problem? Any ideas?