Hi all, running into a bit of a new situation here. I am running Mavericks with a DIY Fusion Drive on a Mac Pro 3,1 between a 256 SSD and 2TB hard drive. Everything got set up correctly with regards to that. I have a couple other hard drives in my tower that I want to format. Usually, I just go to Disk Utility, click the hard drive name (not partition name), click the Erase Tab at the top, name the single partition, and hit erase. The output is USUALLY that I see the hard disk on the left, and the recently named partition under it. However, in Mavericks, I've noticed that anytime I try to format a drive, it automatically creates a new Core Storage volume (new Logical Volume Group with 1 Physical Drive and a new single logical Volume Family). Is this supposed to happen? Is there any way of having the old partition table, or does every drive that gets formatted with Mavericks get formatted with the CoreStorage Logical Volume feature? Is there anything I should be worried about with regards to my data being kept in a Logical Core Storage Volume rather than the old disk format? I'm not super clear on exactly everything that CoreStorage does and it's pros/cons, so any enlightenment would help. Thanks!!!