so i timed my mbp purchse so i could get it with SL installed, but within the window to qualify for a free update to lion when its released. i am curious to try out lion, but of course i don't want to rely on it as a primary OS for work till i'm thoroughly convinced it won't **** the bed. can anybody using the GM speculate on whether, when it comes out, will i likely be able to resize my current SL partition, create a second partition to do the whole SL->Lion installion song and dance, and then finally when the time is right, have that Lion partition 'absorb' my original SL partition? (so i'm back to just a single boot machine) don't know if it makes a difference, but i'm running a 250gb ssd i mainly ask because when i first updated to snow leopard, i encountered some frustrating issues. over the ensuing months, i ended up reformatting back to leopard, trying SL again after a point update or two, going back to leopard AGAIN, and finally finding SL reasonable on my 3rd try. Thats a lotta reformatting that could have been far less painless had i just dual booted till i was happy thanks!