Does anyone know if Puma had OS 9 Classic support on the same CD as Puma? Or would it have to be installed on the same partition as OS X from another OS 9 CD in order to use the Classic environment? I ask because the Mac OS 10.1 Puma software I have does not include the OS 9 CD (I'm guessing it was lost, although the side of the box states that it originally came with it), so I want to know if when I install Puma, classic mode is also installed, or does classic come on another CD? EDIT: Found this in the "Welcome to Mac OS X" guide, "To use Classic you must have Mac OS 9.1 or later installed. If you have an earlier version, use the Mac OS 9.2 CD included with Mac OS X to upgrade." That answers most of my question, if I understand, you must have OS 9 on the same partition os OS X in order to use the Classic environment. I'm assuming that OS 9 is not included on the same CD as OS X, unfortunately. EDIT2: By looking around, I have discovered that the Mac OS 10.1 iso is around 600 MB, whereas Mac OS 9 is around 500 MB. 1100 MB will not fit on a 700 MB CD, so I think I will have to grab a OS 9 CD. But, my Mac OS 10.4 Tiger DVD (2) has a Classic system folder on it as well as Classic apps, would there be a way to install it from within Puma? Or possibly extract it with Pacifist and put it in the Puma partition? Would this work out?