Okay, so I've installed Windows 7 (Professional 64-bit) under Bootcamp, and after fiddling with it to get AHCI drivers to work it's all running extremely well. However, I had some trouble with the Bootcamp drivers, in particular, if I just followed the normal Bootcamp driver installation then I was getting blue-screens after a few minutes, so I had to use a restore point to remove them. In the end, I was able to install the drivers that I needed individually, skipping any I didn't think were important, so I've now got my bluetooth, sound and other necessary hardware working correctly under Windows. Anyway, the one thing I am missing however is the start-up disk control panel for Windows. I'm assuming it's part of the larger Bootcamp package, so I'm wondering if anyone knows of a way that I could install just the control panel on its own, as something else within the package is causing my blue-screen issues. It's not a huge issue, since I can usually hold down alt and start up that way (if my keyboard connects quickly enough), but it's kind of annoying to not be able to just set the startup disk from Windows, as it sometimes takes several attempts to get the startup disk selector to come up before Windows starts.