I am running OS X Tiger (10.4.11) I have a 300GB maxtor One Touch External HDD currently formatted for OS X. I am just wondering if OS X can read an NTFS (windows) file system. I wish to format the majority of the drive as NTFS for use with other computers, and even the Ps3. If OS X is able to read from it, just like it does for FAT32 USB sticks, then I can just move my files on the NTFS partition. Even if it's NTFS support is currently READ-ONLY, I can still do this, and keep 30GB of space formatted for OS X. In the event that I wish to edit a movie or file on the NTFS side, I can move it to the OS X partition, write to it, then place it back on the NTFS side. Has anyone else done something like this? or just used an NTFS formatted HDD with the mac?