Hi, I've downloaded the guide to installing Boot Camp from Apple's site, and I just wanted to run my plans by the more experienced and better informed for recommendations. I'm ordering a refurbed 2011 iMac for my parents, who want it set up on arrival to also run Windows. I have a broad question about the sequence in which I should install everything. I think the 2011 refurbs ship with Snow Leopard, and we have no plans at present to update to Lion (due to reported incompatibilities with MS Office for Mac 2011). So, if, on a "new" 2011 iMac running Snow Leopard, we want to install: - MS Windows 7 - MS Office for Mac 2011 - VMWare Fusion 4 (in case Boot Camp is not adequate for them) my thoughts were to: - install Snow Leopard and/or update it to the latest version - start Boot Camp Assistant (at which time I will partition the hard drive) - format the Windows side - install Windows 7 - update any Windows 7 drivers as needed. Then, after that, I figured I could install Office and Fusion at any time. Does any of that sound problematic? Incomplete? Is there some other sequence that I should follow, or should I be fine? Thanks for your help and time.