So I just picked up a used MBP the other day from a guy, wiped it, re-installed Leopard, etc. After having done this, I've got a few questions that I hoped you guys could help out with: Freeing up some space: The computer has a 120gb harddrive (111 reality) and after installing Leopard, NeoOffice, and World of Warcraft (with expansion), I'm down to 80gb. Now, 80gb is still a decent chunk of space, however, are there any unnecessary things on the computer that wouldn't effect performance for me to get rid of? Any secrets to freeing up a bit of space? External HD: I'm looking to eventually get an external HD because I know the slight amount of space on the computer will not suit my needs fully, so when I have the external, would it be possible to have all of my music on the external and still run it through the iTunes library? I've got around 16gb of music, so that would absorb a large chunk of space if I have to keep it in the computer itself. Bootcamp: I have not set up bootcamp yet, but plan to get XP loaded on the computer so I can play around with a few Windows games when I get bored. Am I to assume that I will need to do a clean wipe of my hard-drive during the partition process? Or is it going to leave all of my information in tact and partition around it? (Doubtful.) That's all I can think of at the moment... thanks ahead of time for any advice you can lend!