I can't find a more appropriate forum for this topic so I'll just post it here. Last night, I started downloading a torrent of a custom Linux distro (not the standard ones) on my MacBook. I finished it sometime early this morning. Trouble was the ISO file was chopped into little RAR files. So I transfered the file to one of my Dad's netbooks to unRAR the files. I got issues because apparently, Lenovo formats their S10 netbook drives using FAT32. FAT32 doesn't support single files over 4GB in size. My file was a little over 4GB. And even if I could, my microSD (8GB) was FAT32 formatted and couldn't transfer my 4GB+ file back to my Mac for burning. It's the little things that make me stick to Apple and their awesome Macs. Windows is fine, but there are WAY TOO many variables out in the field. Amen Steve Jobs. Amen.