So I did something stoopy. I wanted to install OSX on one of my storage drives in order to have a partition dedicated specifically to boot camp, but I didnt actually partition the drive. I just booted from the install disc and then installed OSX on my storage drive. For whatever reason, this didnt erase my storage drive. It just tried to install OSX on top of the existing files, which really baffled the apple senior advisor that I talked to. So I just deleted the additional folders that appeared, since I still had access to all of my documents on that drive. I'm wondering what this means and why this might have been... any ideas?