Hi everyone: I have a mid-2012 13" MBP 2.9 GHz, i7, 8GB RAM, 128 GB SSD for reference. About a year ago I had my university IT install BootCamp in a 45:65GB (window:mac) and I did this so I could run my chemistry research software in addition to MS Office, Origin, and EndNote (my wife also uses it from time-to-time when a PC is needed which is handy). However, I have been running the windows side quite full and it makes it difficult to install updates and make any changes that require hard drive space. I started looking at the things I use on the Mac side as of late and it would seem that they could all be done on the PC side. I bought the MBP 3 years ago and did not foresee this happening but would it be reasonable to have them "bootcamp" my computer again and make the ratio more towards the windows side (i.e. 65:45GB or even further)? I currently have 17 GB of free space on my Mac side (I also have a lot of unnecessary music I could delete on the Mac side so this could be bigger) but less than 1 GB of free space on the windows side. In hindsight it would have been optimal if I purchased the 256GB SSD (that was a lot of $$ hehe) but I would prefer not to sell this computer to just purchase a PC, so that's why I am willing to bootcamp it again...I am open to any suggestions folks! Lastly, I do have a small SanDisk 32 GB USB that I regularly leave plugged into my computer; is there a way I could store programs or files on this versus the SSD to save space (I've never tried this before but worry about running/loading issues)? I really only use my computer for music, web browsing, and my specific work programs. Thanks in advance!