i'm doing a clean install of Panther and i'm going to set up some partitions. i'm just wondering what size i should make my OS X (system) partition? currently my OS X partiton is 10GB, with 2.3GB free. this is okay for Panther isn't it? i'm hoping that the Panther install without extra languages & print drivers etc won't be much larger than Jaguar. can anyone let me know if 10GB would be enough for Panther and extra Apple apps that have to be installed on the OS X partition? i'm also thinking of having an additional boot partition, for installing a different OS, maybe linux or something. i don't want to use too much space for this partition, would 5GB or even 4-3.5GB be enough for linux or something? so here's my whole partition plan (80GB HD): OS X system: 10GB extra boot volume: 3.5GB? scratch (downloads): 5GB leaving the rest (approx 55GB after formatting) for storage & documents. would anyone else who's using partitions like to mention their suggestions? good ideas and suggestions are much appreciated.