Alright, I have a new MacBook Pro non-Retina, 15 inch. I want to install Windows 7 x64 mainly to play games, since I've read that the 650M can actually run some modern games on some decent settings. I'm curious what I'll need to install on the side of Windows. I know for older computers that there are Apple Bootcamp drivers, essentially a package of everything you'll need to give Windows proper control over your hardware. Everything I have read though has said that the new 2012 models don't have Bootcamp drivers yet. I'm aware there's some 302.something beta/generic driver that runs the 650M, and I have heard that the Intel HD 4000 driver is available in Windows Update. I've also heard that the Broadcom wireless drivers need to be downloaded separately, and the keyboard and trackpad drivers can be gotten from the old Bootcamp driver package. Anyways, enough of that. Anyone who's knowledgeable should know what I need. So can anybody tell me what drivers I will need to install and where to get them from? Or, if Apple will soon release a Bootcamp driver package, would anybody know how soon that might come? I want to get Windows 7 up soon, so if it's possible, I'll do the manual install now and switch to Apple's Bootcamp drivers when they're released if they offer better performance. Also, I want to give Windows 7 a pretty small partition to start, so here comes my question about partitions. I want to give it a small one, but I'm somewhat certain I'll be resizing it later. Is resizing partitions safe? On top of that, is creating partitions safe? Is there any risk of messing up my drive and having to reformat? Thanks!