I'VE MADE A VIDEO OF THIS ISSUE, SEE IT HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twO5yvZhzME My setup: Mac Pro 6core 32GB RAM 2x OWC SSD RE - one for Mac OSX and one for Windows Details about my setup: OSX Home folder has been relocated to another SSD. One of the two OSX installs has Parallels 6 installed. I have a regular HDD (downloads folder only) in a second optical bay, connected to the cable that was already there (works fine though). Boot names as seen on the vid: Boot = my main (default) OSX install Macintosh HD = another OSX Install Windows = Win7 Install Windows = another Win7 Install Issues: SLOW booting times. The Bios Setting Utility v1.1 (blue scree) is the worst slowdown - I want to get rid of it and I don't even know why it shows up?! Happens only when booting into ANY Windows install. Worked fine for like a month, ten suddenly it shows up - not sure what caused it - absolutely no idea. What works fine: Booting into the default boot Mac OSX without going into the boot manager (by holding the alt key) is quite fast without any issues - but I think it could be even faster considering the SSD factor - I think it checks all the hard drives (there are 5 of them inside) which slows it a little bit - any fix?