Hello all! Ever since Leopard came out, I've been meaning to make a back-up plan for myself on my Macbook and I've only gotten around to it now. But my question is, I have an external 500GB hard drive that I've already littered with files and I wanted to know if I could use the remaining space to make a partition for either Time Machine or Super Duper. Maybe this will help. Again I'm on a macbook, so I won't be backing up nightly if I had an iMac but from time to time, for back up purposes. Do I need a separate partition for this or can I just make a folder on my hard drive and point Time Machine or Super Duper to it. And I guess a bigger question is, for what I'm doing, which is better, Time Machine or Super Duper, or something else? I've rambled on I know, but thanks for any advice or tips or pointers.