I've just received my newly repaired Mac and since it doesn't contain anything I'm free to re-install things as I like. I'm wondering... what's the correct and best way to install Bootcamp? Do I: 1) install OSX the usual way, and when done, reboot into OSX and run Bootcamp which will shrink the OSX partition, create a separate Windows (NTFS?) partition where it installs Windows or..... 2) boot from a separate drive, run Disk Utility and erase/partition the Mac HD into two partitions (OSX and Windows), then run the OSX installer to install OSX on the first partition. Finally, when done, reboot into OSX and run Bootcamp, then choose to install Windows on that second partition. I suppose option 2 is the safe way to do it, but which format should I choose to partition the Bootcamp partiton in, within Disk Utility? As far as I know there's no NTFS option.