Yikes, it's been a bad night. I was setting up my Snow iMac and I was going to boot it off a CD in my Powerbook's drive using Firewire Target Disk. I didn't hit Option in time, so the iMac for some reason started automatically to boot off the PowerBook's Leopard installation. Needless to say, it failed. Just hung on the grey screen. "Okay, restart and hit Option" I thought. I did that, chose the Powerbook's CD drive as the startup disk, and everything installed smoothly. THEN I tried to start the Powerbook back up and it won't boot anymore!! It just hangs on the grey screen. The G3 must have written something to the PB while it was trying to boot Leopard and corrupted the installation. I don't know what to do now, other than archiving everything and reinstalling. Has this happened to anyone else before? I had no idea a G3 could actually wreck a Leopard installation like this... I'm rather surprised Apple let such a bad bug slip through. Anyways, would an "Archive and Install" theoretically work? Or should I back everything up and completely start over?