I am going to buy a new external HDD for backing up my Mac. I would also like to use this drive as an external HDD for my PS3. Am I right in thinking I simply have to partition part of the drive as HFS for my OS X backing up needs, and partition the other part of the HDD as FAT32 to house content for my PS3? If so, can the partitioning be done in OS X, Windows, both or either? Does it matter? Also, my understanding is that FAT32 can only handle partitions up to 32GB, and that NTFS won't be recognized by a PS3, hence the need to use FAT32 in this case. Are there any tools out there (I guess Windows-based?) which can create a FAT32 partition larger than 32GB which will still function properly? Any help would be appreciated - thanks!