I'm getting a new MacBook delivered tomorrow, and one of the things I've seen recommended is to do a fresh re-install of OS X right out of the box to eliminate things like languages and printer drivers and applications that are not needed/used. I BTO'ed a 120Gig Hard Drive, which is more than double my TiBooks space, and I have like 25 Gig free today. I do plan to allocate 20 Gig of this to BootCamp for Win XP. Is it really necessary to do a fresh install? Can I just delete the apps (like Garageband, say?) that I don't need? How much space am I really saving on the HD by getting rid of languages and printer drivers? Are there other things to "not install"? Would it be easier to just delete things off the drive, rather than do a fresh install? I'm not against doing it per se, but if we're talking about a small amount of space between a re-install and just deleting a few apps, it doesn't seem worth it.