Howdy. I'm a bit of a newb to the idea of SSD. I'm considering a hybrid SSD drive, or maybe a full SSD drive and moving my mechanical drive to the superdrive port (I've seen adaptors to make this possible). My question is to do with partitioning drives. I have a small Leopard partition on my current HD, which I use quite regularly. I understand that a hybrid drive accesses all the OS and application data from the SSD part, but the bulk of files (media files, photos etc) stay on the mechanical bit. If I have a partition, does that mean that each separate OS will boot from the same SSD drive? How does the drive split up the files if there are partitions? Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks.