I have a piece of software (Native Instruments' Final Scratch) that, because of unresolved driver issues (it has been almost a year now), runs stable only in Jaguar. I've jumped back and forth from Panther to Jaguar to Panther several times, and it looks as though i will once again need Jaguar to run this software. But, i really can't enjoy my Mac running Jaguar for all my other applications now that i have used and experienced the benefits of Panther for so long. The Xbench differential on my machine between Jaguar and Panther is a full 13 points! So, i would like to setup my 40GB Mac HD to run as 2 partitions. The primary partition would be Panther (20GB), and the 2nd partition Jaguar (20GB). I have Carbon Copy Cloner, and a 60GB Firewire Hard Drive. What is the easiest way to go about this? I am currently backing up my HD (Panther) to the Firewire HD. I am backing up all files, and making it Bootable. After its all backed up... should i just boot from the External drive, partition the internal 40GB drive... and then Recopy all Apps/Library/System/Users to the First partition (with the exception of the Apps and Files for Jaguar) ? Then, install Jaguar on the 2nd partition with the Apps and Files needed for use only in Jaguar ? Do i risk Kernel panics with a dual-boot partitioned drive? Will i be able to access the files on the other partitions from the finder okay? Thanks in advance for any assistance with this.