So I went and ordered my new 15" MBP; should be here on Tuesday. I'll be running Windows 7 on a separate partition of my HD. I'm trying to figure out how to best back up both partitions. I'm pretty sure I'll use a standard external drive. The only hardware question I have is does it make sense to wait for thunderbolt-compatible drives? Will they be here any time soon? I think I read that most hard drives aren't fast enough to benefit from a faster connection, so using thunderbolt wouldn't be any better than USB or Firewire. True? My main confusion is with software. I'm considering SuperDuper, Carbon Copy Cloner, and Time Machine for the Mac side but having a Windows partition makes stuff a lot more complicated. Is there any software that lets me back up my Windows partition without booting to Windows? Seems like SuperDuper and Carbon Copy Cloner make bootable clones, so does that mean if my HD failed I could just drop in my external drive and I'd be back in business? What more would I have to do if I used Time Machine? Thanks in advance.