I'll try to keep this short. Like an infinite amount of others who have a 3TB HDD or 3TB Fusion Drive, I have had an absolute nightmare trying to get Windows 7 installed. Boot Camp Assistant locked up while partitioning my Fusion Drive and I was left with a hidden/corrupted Windows partition. The only way to fix it was to boot off of the recovery drive and wipe everything off the partition, break the Fusion Drive, and "fix" it via Disk Utility when I prompted me to. TLDR; I feel that it repartitioned/"fixed" my drive oddly. For you all with 3TB Fusion Drives, will you please take a screenshot of what your hard drives/partitions look like in Disk Utility? Mine seems odd because it renamed "Macintosh HD" to "Internal Drive" automatically (I didn't get the opportunity to rename it) and it says 0 Bytes available, as seen in the first screenshot. Yet, when I click on the actual Mac formatted "Macintosh HD" partition, it looks much more normal and says it has 3.11TB capacity (second screenshot). Is this normal? I never took the time to look at DU prior to going through all of this Boot Camp nonsense. Please take two screenshots for me in Disk Utility clicking where I did if you have a 3TB Fusion Drive so I can compare. Thank you! Also, if the structure of the Logical Volume Group (Fusion Drive) looks correct, do you know of any way to rename the hard drive, NOT the partition through the Terminal or something? I know through practical means it's not possible. My OCD does not like it being named "Internal Drive" though, I want it to be "Macintosh HD" like it was out of the box. Small quirk, I know, but that's how I am.