Hi guys! I'm new to the forums and I'm also pretty new to Macs in general. I bought a refurbished Mac to learn on before I spend the BIG bucks for a G5 system, and I'm trying to set up the system right the first time. I figure my question can be best answered if I give you my system specs, so here we go: PowerMac G4 500 (Sawtooth, with AGP slot), upgraded with Sonnet Encore 1GHz 512MB PC100 RAM Radeon 8500 64MB AGP onboard 10/100 Ethernet, sound, 56k modem original 10GB hard drive running OS 9.2.2 new 120GB Maxtor hard drive running OS X 10.3.7 6x DVD-ROM (internal) 52x CD-RW (external, firewire) Here's my question: is there a way to dual-boot without: reinstalling any OS's using System Preferences to choose my boot drive. May not really be THAT important, but I came from the x86 world where if I dual-booted Linux and Windows, I had a nice menu-driven boot loader where I could choose my OS. If I'm cold booting my Mac and I want to boot into the OS that's currently NOT my default, I have to boot into one OS and swap to the other. I know that I won't be doing much in OS9, but I need to keep it around, as the last firmware update (and there probably won't be another, but just in case) only ran on OS 9, not OS X. Or am I just lazy looking for another solution? Thanks in advance!