OK, not really, but FAT32 as the best sharing file system between Macs and PCs is no more. I bought a My Passport 250GB drive this weekend (for $89!) and wanted to have it available to use between both Macs and PCs. It came formatted as FAT32 just like my flash drives have, so I started copying files over. Problem is I have a disc image I need stored there that is 7+GB. FAT32's file limit is 4GB. Well, there goes that. I went with Mac OS Extended (Journaled) and I'll just have to let it sit there and not do everything I was hoping for. So basically, the discussion is: is there (or will there be) a new file system for disks (not CDFS) that allows interopability and very large files? If HD videos ever become downloadable, they will top 4GB (especially in 1080p). I know this isn't much of a big deal with networks, but I'd love to port this little drive around to other places that may or may not have Macs.