I'm prepping to install Vista over XP (my friend says I'm downgrading, which I probably am). As I noted in an earlier post, I need to give more space to my Windows partition. Does this sequence look OK to you guys? 1. Boot from Mac OS X Install DVD. Check "Macintosh HD" and "NO NAME" for errors; fix if needed. 2. Defragment "Macintosh HD" and "NO NAME". 3. Use GParted or iPartition (on LiveCDs) to see how much space is left between the two partitions. 4. Boot in to Mac OS X on "Macintosh HD". Use diskutil to shrink "Macintosh HD". 5. Boot from GParted LiveCD. Use GParted to move and expand "NO NAME", remembering the buffer between partitions as determined in step 3. 6. Boot from Mac OS X Install DVD. Check "Macintosh HD" and "NO NAME" for errors; fix if needed. 7. Install Vista and pray I don't run out of space... I hope I haven't forgotten anything.