Hey everyone, So I'm killing time at London-Heathrow the other day and what I had drooled over before several times on Apple's site, there it was, on full display, the stunning new iMac. And oh my, what a crazy beautiful 27" IPS and LED backlit hi-res display it is! I've known about Boot Camp for a while, and it seems to be a pretty straightforward process. Or is it? I don't care about anything other than Windows 7. By that I mean that I won't need any kind of compatibility with legacy devices, drivers, software, etc. Also, even though I've been running Windows in 64-bit for years now, I wouldn't care in case I am limited to Windows 7 32-bit, for whatever reason that may be. Bottom line, how well does Windows 7 run on a Mac? Never mind older Mac's. All I want is this new gorgeous powerhouse...lol. I love the whole idea of getting to play with a new OS (new to me anyway) in Snow Leopard, which I very well may end up preferring over Windows 7. I just want to know what will run, to what extent, and what, if any, limitations there may be. Here's one example: Will I be able to have an NTFS partition? I will run at least two drives, one of which will be the Intel Solid State Drive (SSD), along with at least one additional hard drive, so if I can't have an NTFS partition, will I be able to have one disk formatted with NTFS, and another for Mac OS X? At the end of the day, I'm running the Intel Core 2 Duo 3.06GHz CPU right now, the very same processor that I would be getting in my configuration of my new iMac. Same goes for the GPU (graphics card). Thanks a lot everyone!