Hey everyone. I'm going to be loading Windows 7 on my 13" Macbook Pro as soon as bootcamp is updated with official Windows 7 support and I had a couple of questions. First, there's a lot of discussion about how files in the non-active partition are handled, if they are editable, and stuff like that. I know files can be opened in Windows that reside on the Mac partition, but that creates problems after editing: where do I keep the most recent version? Do I have to email to myself and replace the old file with the new updated one once I boot into SL? What I'm getting at is the following: is there a way to have one repository for all my documents that are viewable and editable in both the SL and Windows 7 environments? The best solution I've thought of conceptually is mounting my iDisk in Windows. I have all my documents on my MobileMe iDisk and that works great for right now. When I get Windows 7, will I be able to directly open those documents, edit them, and then save them to the mountable iDisk drive and have everything work correctly? Will there be conversion errors? Is there something I'm not thinking of? Also, is a 50 GB partition large enough for Windows 7? I know the OS itself takes up about 7 and I'm going to be adding Office, but not much else. Obviously I know those two installs and other files won't take up 50 GB, but is there some number that Windows 7 prefers to have in terms of maximum performance? Lastly, any word on whether plugging in an external HD into a new AEBS would work for time machine backups? I'm betting this question has been asked before, and from what I've gathered from year-old articles is that yes, it does work, but it is not officially supported by Apple. I just wanted to make sure this still holds true since I couldn't find anything more recent. Thanks for all the help everyone.