Ive got a rMBP 2.6ghz 516ssd 16gb bought June 2012... I don't have much data at all on it yet. I use windows software for work, so set up boot camp. Well, I've hardly used it, and now want to refresh my windows based software (for the new versions), and start from scratch. 1. I just used boot camp to remove the window partition. Seems gone at boot up. But. Seems like 100gb is still being used on the OSX disk. I've got standard issue MBP software on OSX and just two programs (alias and sketchbook pro). Seem right for Preinstalled software and recovery partition? Or do I need to run some disk clean up utility before windows is completely gone? 2. This time around I think I might actually use the Parallels software I bought. (I haven't been happy this display resolution, mouse and touchpad operation when booting straight to windows). Do most folks install window first to the boot camp partition, and use parallels to access? Or forget boot camp and use parallels in OSX and install windows inside of OSX. I've read the notes on the Parallels website, and understand that there are a few compromises accessing boot camp such as no pause. Etc... Thanks in advance.