Hi Folks. My first post. I've moved to Apple after nothing but PCs. It's been on the cards for a while. Firstly the endless windows glitches drive you nuts, and secondly It seems Windows 7 (which I think is OK despite glitches) is the end of the windows OS as we know. I tried Windows 8 on an old laptop and I'd rather use anything than that. I have an iphone have used ipads and don't expect any problem moving over to Lion. I've bought a mac mini server, 2.6, i.7, 4gb ram, but have 16Gb memory ready to install on arrival. I went for the server because of it's capacity. The plan is to go fully SSD, I understand it's a little easier also to wire up the second SSD. Anyway, I have a few questions regarding hard drives, windows 7, and partitions which I'd like advice on. I want the drives configured to keep the OS and docs' on separate partitions, this is a priority regardless of anything else. I want to install Windows 7 as I have some apps which may only work on windows plus I don't wish to buy/get apple versions of many apps which work just fine on windows. Can I have Lion and Windows on separate partitions on the first drive, leaving the second drive purely for all files, doc's? Can I have Lion and Windows together on the first drive at all? How big is the advantage of having the second drive ideally used only for file storage SSD. I do a lot of photo editing sometimes with huge files and some video editing, otherwise just normal everyday use. I do not play any games, never will. Advice appreciated.