Hey everyone, I've run into a problem. Last night i created a USB Lion install disc and was going to install Lion on to a separate partition dedicated to just the Lion install. I was able to create the install USB fine, and booted to it. It booted up with the Lion Recovery partition and I chose to install a new Lion install. I went through the steps, and when it asked me where i wanted to install i selected my Lion Partition. Well after about 10 min, it finished and rebooted my system, and brought me to a "installing OSX" screen. It asked me where i wanted to install Lion, but wouldn't let me select my Dedicated partition. So I canceled the whole thing, and wiped the USB and the External drive formatting them right, and tried again. Now however every time i boot to the USB Recovery stick it takes me straight to the "Installing OSX" screen, and then pops up a error box saying that OSX can't be installed. I have formatted the drives two and three times, and even tried different drives. Every time i get the same result. I can get back into my Snow Leopard install just fine, but CAN NOT get back to the beginning Recovery screen where it gives me the option of installing a fresh copy of Lion. Did it put something on my Snow Leopard drive that i need to remove? What am i missing?! HELP!!! Sorry for the lengthy post!