Hi. I've come into some unexpected cash and I'm a PowerPC holdout (maybe THE PowerPC holdout). The new machine must do double duty in my home as Windows and OSX machine. My question is about the SSD. Apple wants a lot for it, and I want to make sure I can run both OS's off of it, including 'core' apps like MS OFFICE (windows) and Photoshop (mac or windows), and Camtasia. All output would go to the files drive, and the OS/core apps would run off of the SSD. The Apple Rep said Windows requires a minimum of 32 GB for a partition, and that OSX takes up only 5 GB. It's looking like I could partition this just fine for both OS's and the core apps. Unless my math and knowledge of storage is out of date. Is there a technical reason I wouldn't want to do this? Or I could go RAID with 2 1 terabyte disc drives, save a lot of money, and still get pretty fast disc performance. Thanks for thoughts on this.