I bought the recent Newegg Mac mini bundle with the DIY Fusion. I was able to create the Fusion drive using Disk Utility from my external Mavericks boot drive and it works fine. But, I also did this before I created the Fusion drive, and then I guess it was the first Software Update to Mavericks added the Restore partition. That all got erased as part of the process fo creating the Fusion drive. This automatic creation of the Recovery partition hasn't happened on the Fusion. If I do Cmnd-R I go straight to Internet Restore, and that does work - but it hasn't "stuck". There's good advice elsewhere on the forums about using Terminal manually to create one and I'm happy to do that but would prefer the automagic solution. Partly, that's because I will want that partition to be recognized by the OS as the "official" recovery partition so it gets updated as and when, as opposed to its being just a sliver that happens to have the bootable installer. Also, I'm comparing apples to oranges but the early DIY Fusion advice just created a logical volume, without the true Fusion capability of writing the frequently accessed files on the SSD, so I'd rather the "official" route than the workaround to avoid unintended complications down the road. Anyway, any thoughts would be appreciated. It's not at all urgent now, but one day it may be!