Hey all. As soon as I saw the new MacBooks it was love at first sight. I unfortunately can't take out my credit/debit card and order one due to me not having any money nor a job. I have a question though. How well do these new machines perform under Windows XP / Vista? I'm assuming Vista would perform [more than] okay given they have better graphics cards (even the intergrated 9400M is an excellent card to my knowledge). The DDR3 RAM probably helps as well, even with only 2GB. I had Vista installed on my MB 2.2 GHz SR, which has the Intel GMA X3100, and it ran okay, but it still lagged and the performance rating was only at about 3 or 3.5. As much as I hate saying this, I want to run Vista so I can get used to it, as eventually XP is going to be phased out, as was Win98 etc. Also, some side questions that [sort of] relate: Is there any way I can take a WinClone'd Windows XP backup image and restore it to a partition that'd be created on an external HDD? Even if that won't boot, would XP be able to see it as a partition? ...and... I was reading on the twocanoes.com forums (makers of WinClone) that the Disk Utility on Leopard allows non-destructive partitioning, ala Boot Camp Assistant. I can't seem to partition my HDD using BCA anymore. It say that some files can't be moved, and it suggest that I backup and reformat, and then try BCA again. While that'd work, I don't want to have to do that. If the above is indeed possible, I'd restore my image'd XP so I can use it again, but I wanna be sure that the DU method won't fry any of my unbacked up Mac OS X data.