Hello all, I recently bought a MacBook Pro 2.16 C2D. After getting it up and running I put bootcamp on it, and also installed Parallels to access the bootcamp partition. I initially thought I would like to have three partitions, one for OS X, one for XP, and one for media and files. However, I realize now that OS X is so much better at handling media than XP, and that I would rather have my OS X partition store everything, and just run Windows for certain applications that I need (Visual Studio for my programming class mainly, perhaps a game or two, but that's about it). Right now, I've got two partitions...OS X has about 30 GB, and the XP partition has about 90 GB (haven't made the third partition yet). I was wondering what a good partition size for XP would be, if I really just need it for a few applications. I'd rather not waste disk space, so I'm trying to keep it down as low as possible. I'll really only be installing Visual Studio right now, as it's the only Windows program I need. Down the line there may be one or two other programs I want to run in Windows, but I can't think of anything right now. Would a 15 GB partition be sufficient? Also, is there a way to repartition my drives without reinstalling OS X? I've finally got my Mac working the way I want (still a lot of tweaking to be done, but I'd rather not go through what I've already done).