I just got my new MBP and was attempting to reinstall Leopard. (10.5.2 is on my computer as well as the discs that were shipped with it.) When attempting to reinstall at the part just after I select the hard drive I get this message: "...You cannot upgrade this version of Mac OS X." Is this normal? What is that message supposed to mean? Certainly I can upgrade to a future version even if I choose to reinstall the current version at the moment? I called AppleCare and the lady I talked to seemed stumped as well. At least she admitted she had never heard of it. Any suggestions? I'm afraid to go through with a reinstall at the moment. Does the message simply mean more specifically "There is no upgrade available at the moment because I have the latest version"? Also, on a side note, I know the OS takes up a bit of space but I ordered with the stock 250GB HDD and it says I have 214GB available out of a total of 232GB. Shouldn't the total be 250GB? Thanks!