I was trying to resize my existing Boot Camp partition using the ol' Winclone the Windows as an image, delete Boot Camp partition, re-make BootCamp partition (but quit the Assistant after partitioning), and then use Winclone to restore the image to the now larger Windows partition. Problem is that it seems the Boot Camp Assistant requires a Windows 7 installation disc before proceeding to the partitioning part. I think I am screwed (meaning I will have to buy a copy of Windows 7 if I want to dual-boot OS X and Windows). I really like XP, and I don't care if it's unsupported or insecure -- it's STILL better than Vista or 7 on the benchmarks, for the most part. I only use it for school and so I don't care about security. I am trying to find a way to just partition the drive as Boot Camp Assistant does, and then install XP on that partition. But I can't seem to find a way to do that. Suggestions?? Dang. Should have realized that BCA in Lion requires the install disc BEFORE partitioning. Freak.