Hi all, So my old laptop finally died for good yesterday and I finally had to pull the trigger regarding the decision I had been sitting on for months. I went into the Apple store, talked to a refreshingly cheerful and helpful sales person and I left with my brand new 17" matte uMBP. Awesome! It sure is pretty, but that isn't why I'm posting... Leopard install: Finder showed that the initial install left only 277GB on my 320GB harddrive. I have a hard time understanding how an OS install could take up 43GB of space, that would have been almost half of my old laptop's HD! Any idea what could be up with this? I've heard of some people doing fresh installs of Leopard right away to keep things cleaner, but this seems a bit extreme. Partitioning Q's: I will need to run Windows a lot for various programs and I would like to have access to my full iTunes library while I'm doing that. However, I am hoping to not have to have a duplicate library on the NTFS partition. On that note, I was wondering if I could just put my iTunes library onto and FAT32 partition and then access all my music from OSX or Windows. Would this work? I would also use this partition for transferring files between the operating systems. Any help would be great, thanks!