All I want to do is reinstall OSX on my Macbook Air. That's it, nothing fancy. Apple has made this simple task impossible however. Here's my deal. - My MBA has no OS whatsoever. - USB on my MBA is fine, but MBA's do not boot from USB unless you specify the device from within the OS, which I can't do. - Remote Install would definitely work, except I stupidly installed Lion on my iMac. So no more Remote Install. - That leaves booting in Target Disk Mode, but MBA's don't support that either. Am I missing something? Why is this so hard? How did they get an OS on there in the first place?