Ok, at least I think this is...Also, not really sure if this question belongs here, but please bear with me... Alright I just ordered the new 27" iMac i7, and I will be using it partially for gaming on Steam via OS X and Windows. Now I was wondering if this setup is possible: If I wanted to partition the SSD drive for Windows, would it possible to have it's game content installed on the HDD? Rather than filling up the SSD, I'd like to go this route, however my hunch tells me that this won't be possible since the HDD would be partition as a Mac OS extended journal drive and not FAT32, which Windows requires (please correct me if I'm wrong about this...) If this is not possible, then I guess my only alternative would be to partition Windows onto the HDD itself and just have all game content install on the same drive. Secondly, on the OSX side of things, if I wanted to install Steam client application onto the SSD, is there a simple way to point Steam's game content folder onto the HDD and install all my games there? I briefly researched and learned about something called "Symbolic Link". I'm trying to find the most streamlined and efficient setup here dealing with both SSD and HDD on the iMac and utilizing both Windows and OSX without having to have to deal with terminal input or other extra methods. Any advice would be appreciated, or if anyone has already begun setting up their new iMac with Steam and Windows, please do share!