Hello, all. My Penryn MBP finally arrived! One of the first things I've tried to do is partition my drive and install XP to switch back and forth for gaming and a couple other applications. I've run into a snag, though, and I'm wondering if anyone has had a similar experience and found a solution. The Boot Camp partition process seems to run without a hitch - I created a 32Gb partition and was prompted for the Windows Install disc. I'm trying to use a Windows XP Pro disc that I bought retail from Circuit City in Mar 2005 - I'm assuming it's SP2... right? My install disc identifies all the partitions and I select the 32Gb option and select FAT32 for the file system, as I'd like to be able to move files back and forth if needbe. The computer then formats, copies files, and reboots. I'm then brought to the more "graphical" install screen and told that I have 39 minutes remaining in my installation. The tips continue to cycle on the right side of the screen, but at this point, progress stops. The CD is spinning in the drive, the computer is getting pretty hot, but nothing is happening. I had to do a hard reboot, eject the CD, delete the partition, and start over. I've tried this twice now with similar results. Am I missing something here? Has anyone run into this problem before and been able to get beyond it? Thanks for any advice.