OK, I'm in process of installing 10.3 on a used 40GB hard drive in a 350Mhz Bondi Blue iMac. The problem I'm having is that the drive was from my PC and isn't recognizing it at all. I can put in a OS 9 disk and use the disk utilities to reformat it to Mac OS standard so Panther will recognize it. I don't want this to be a "half-ass" install that I have to redo later. So hear are my questions: 1. It seems that I remember reading that I can't have a primary partition larger than 2GB. I had OS X installed on this machine before but had to sacrifice the drive for another machine. I had that drive set with 2GB as the primary partition. Is this correct or can I go bigger? 2. It's formatted in NTFS. OS X installer comes up but it doesn't see the hda. Is there some way to make it show up? 3. If I decide to put both OS 9 and OS X on the computer, what would be the best method for doing this? I have used OS 9 much at all. Toying with the ideal of installing it. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.