I was wondering if a 160GB HDD in my MacBook will be enough. I plan on installing Windows XP via Bootcamp to play some games (I'm not a big gamer) and to use some software that's not available for the Mac. I also plan on keeping all my media (music, photos) on the Mac side, and maybe get an external for any movies I may buy. Does this seem like it will be enough? I'm used to having a 120-160GB HDD in my Windows PC, but usually have about 80GB laying around with nothing on them. Right now, with my 60GB HDD, I have about 3GB left in XP and 10GB in OS X, but with nothing installed on the XP side. I guess I'm just a little paranoid about running out of room. I'd love to get something bigger than 160, but that's the largest Seagate makes, and I'd like to stay with them, since I haven't had any problems at all. Also, if someone can recommend a great enclosure for the 60GB I'm going to pull out, I'd really appreciate it. I'd like one that doesn't look too out of this world. Just something subtle, such as the Free Agents or the WD Passports. Connection type really isn't an issue, as long as it will plug into my MacBook.