Hey guys, long time reader here, but haven't really had a need to post much. I just bought Windows 7 to replace my Vista partition on my '09 iMac. I installed the 32 bit, but changed my mind and going to reinstall the 64 bit tonight. But when I had the 32 bit version installed, I noticed that Win 7 has almost all the drivers already installed OOTB. I also noticed that when you install the bootcamp drivers, it installed everything on there, even drivers for older MACs which you don't need. But anyway, I was planning on only installing what I need manually, which really is only a few things. The nVidia chipset and video drivers I will get from nVidia's site, being as they are newer. On the bootcamp DVD, I only really need to manually install a few things such as the keyboard and iSight drivers. Everything else works just great OOTB for Win7. So I gather there is really no need to install the full Bootcamp DVD? Also, what driver on the bootcamp DVD do I need to install to be able to see my OSX partition from within Win7? And as far as the Realtek sound drivers, do I need to install the one on the DVD and just update it from the website, or can I just install the one straight from Realtek's site? Thanks for the help.