Hey everyone, Feeling adventurous today and would like to try and install Tiger on my clamshell. I've thought of 2 ways I could do it: 1. Network install from iBook G4...mount clamshell's HD and install to that after booting from Tiger disk? I need more info on how to do this. 2. Could take my external USB 2.0 HD and install Tiger on it from my iBook (or Panther...whatever, doesn't matter). Then I could make a disk image of my Tiger DVD and put it on the external HD as well (say, in the documents folder or wherever). Then, I could boot the clamshell off the USB HD (would boot from Tiger) and edit the OSInstall.dist in the Tiger disk image (remove the PowerBook 2,1 line which is under badmachines telling it not to install on it. Then, I could just launch the OSInstall.mpkg and choose to install to the internal HD of the clamshell. Obviously I know more about #2, but I think it would be quicker to do a network install. Anyone have more info about that? My clamshell has 544MB RAM, so it should run great....little worried about trying to get the install down to fit on the 3GB HD though...perhaps without any printer drivers, languages, etc. it would fit. Anyone get it below 3GB? Right now, I have a clean Panther install with printer drivers but no languages taking around 2GB leaving me with 700MB or so free (remember, 3GB HD isn't really 3). I just use this computer for iChat/Safari/Clamshell has a handle coolness reasons, nothing serious. I stream all iTunes music from my iBook, so having around 500MB HD space left after installation is no problem. I would rather do a network install because I don't feel like formatting my USB Maxtor to OS X Extended, wait for the installation of Tiger onto it, and then have to put all my backups back on it when I'm done. Any advice?