Hey guys, I'm wondering how many of you keep your data separate from your OS by splitting your drive into two (or more) partitions or by using physically different HDDs altogether ... ? I've always kept my data and my OS on separate partitions, but that was because I was using Windows - the first time I lost everything (due to my Windows install getting hosed), I vowed not to let it happen again - and I've been partitioning drives ever since. So when my new iMac came the first thing I did was to split the 750GB drive into two partitions - better safe than sorry, I thought. It turns out I am now using only 37GB of my 200GB system partition, which means there's a lot of wasted space, and since all of my data (mainly a 90GB image library, about 200GBs of videos and 100GB of music) is on my second partition and I don't want to have stuff scattered all over the place, I'm running out of space on the data partition, with 150GB still free in the system partition - seems kind of stupid to me. So, for the first time ever, I am considering living dangerously - putting everything together in one large partition, and letting Time Machine + SuperDuper keep me backed up. So I guess my question is: how many of you actually trust OSX with your data? How many of you split your HDDs into two or more partitions, and how many throw everything on one big partition? How many of you really trust OSX?