Hey guys, new SR MacBook owner here. I'm new to the mac and recently got my blackbook 2.2GHz and loving every second of it. Been using it for 4-5 days and just starting to get the hang of every thing (usual switcher problems). But there was one thing that I can't seem to figure out and no matter how much amount of searching here or on Apple's Discussion Forum could I find a solution. I decided to use Boot Camp that came with Leopard to install a FAT32 windows partition so that I may run Windows XP. The installation went perfectly, and I put in some applications on XP that I really need to use. Here's the thing. As I understand it, we can press the option key at start up to select OS. But when I do so ... the macbook only detects the Mac OS X partition. Once in Mac OS X, I CAN see the Windows partition, read-write to it as normal. If I choose the main start up partition as Windows, it boots to Windows ok. But ... next time I start up and press the option key, again it shows only OS X. Any one know anything about this? There was a thread at Apple's about this http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=5817997#5817997 and it seems the problem has occurred with other owners of the SR Macbook as well. One option would be to reformat the windows partition in NTFS (but you'd lose all your existing data + can't read/write from OS X) or set the main start up OS as Windows (obviously not an ideal solution). Do other users here have the same problem? Other than this, I just want to say that I LOVE this macbook! My first mac experience has been fantastic and beyond my wildest expectations. I found to my pleasant surprise that I hardly need to revert to Windows at all for anything except this one program, Adobe Illustrator, and soon I won't need even this once I can afford the Mac version. The only reason this minor inconvenience is bugging me is it's spoiling an otherwise perfect switch! Any help would be greatly appreciated!