Hello there! Here's a quick scoop: I have a 2009 MacBook (Snow Leopard) with a 32GB partition of Windows XP Professional 32-Bit (SP2) as FAT format as suggested by the Bootcamp manual. Installation was a snap and both OS's have been running beautifully so far. My sole use for the Windows partition is gaming I use it as a game console for my MacBook, if you will. Though right now, with only 32GB I just have one large game installed. I am holding up for a 500GB HDD upgrade I'd like to get in the near future. So here's my concern: I read that when creating a partition larger than 32GB, it must be formatted as NTFS, which from my understanding is read-only. Though I'm not too savvy on these things, what I comprehend from that and other sources is that files can be opened/read/etc. but new files can not be saved to said NTFS-formatted partition. If I'm understanding this, that doesn't sound like it should be right I can't see why one would run on a format that restricts being able to introduce new files to use/run/edit/etc. Can anyone clear this up for me? I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!