I just ordered a Macbook Pro, Intel 320 SSD, and Harddrive Caddy to replace the Superdrive. When the computer arrives, I want to update the firmware before partitioning the SSD with Windows 7 and Lion, and wipe Lion off the stock HDD and use it for storage. I just want to make sure I'm doing this in the most efficient matter, please tell me if there is a better way to do this! 1. After arriving, boot the computer as stock and do the initial setup. 2. Create a Recovery Disk for Lion to put on the SSD 3. Remove the stock HDD and replace it with the SSD, leaving the superdrive in 4. Boot from the Restore Disk and reinstall Lion onto the SSD 5. After Lion is installed to the SSD, download Intel Toolbox and update the firmware. 6. Create a 40 GB Partition for Windows (maybe should use less?), run bootcamp to install Windows from a Windows Disk* 7. Upon Windows being installed, would I need to reinstall Intel Toolbox for Windows and run the firmware update on the partition? 8. Open up the computer and remove the superdrive, replacing it with the SSD and harddrive caddy. Put the stock HDD back where it was. 9. Close the computer and delete OSX from the stock HDD to save space (how?) Would this be all I need to do, or is there a simpler way? *For the windows disk, would it be easier to install WinXP and download the Win7 trial from the internet? My schools servers will validate my trial when I login, so I don't need the full version. Or should I download the Win7 trial now and put it on a DVD to go directly to? Thanks!