Subject: Bootcamp and second hdd So I finally ordered a SSD for my unibody plastic macbook 2009 and am hoping to keep the old hdd as a large FAT32 partition in the superdrive location. I searched but couldnt find out anyone with the same setup as me so Im not sure if my setup will work. Does anyone know if my install will be successful? Thanks in advance. Current setup: 3 partitions, Snow Leopard, Windows 7 32 bit, FAT32 data partition on a 256 GB hdd. Desired procedure: 1. Replace hdd with ssd and keep superdrive for installing software. 2. Clean install snow leopard and update so I can access Mac app store. 3. Purchase mountain lion and download, but cancel install. 4. Transfer mountain lion to usb flash drive and clean install mountain lion over snow leopard. 5. Bootcamp and install windows 7 64 bit on SSD. 6. Install software on both windows and mac using superdrive. 7. Plug in old hdd via sata to usb cable and transfer old documents and files via USB to the SDD. 8. Format the old hdd a single FAT32 partition using disk utility in mountain lion (Is disk utility capable of combining 3 partitions as 1?). 9. Put old hdd in Optibay and remove superdrive. Will mountain lion, windows, or boot camp allow for a second hard drive? 10. Hope that mountain lion is better than snow leopard (I want it for icloud). 11. Decide whether to use TRIM enabler? Thanks.