Okay, so right now I have a 60GB OS X partition and a 15GB Windows XP partition on my 80GB internal HDD for my C2D Macbook. I want to upgrade to a 160GB internal HDD. First order of business: How can I transfer files from my current drive to the new one without buying a SATAII 2.5" external enclosure? If I need to get an external enclosure, where's the cheapest place to get a FW or FW+USB2.0 enclosure to do this? They seem too pricey to me... Secondly: What's the best way to share media and files between a new OS X partition and a Vista partition? I want about 30GB for music, 35GB for photography, and 25GB for video. This is about a 90GB media partition, that will contain these + documents of negligible size (notes, homework, etc.). Is there anything besides 1:1 DVD rips that would ever practically exceed the FAT32 4GB file limit? If this sounds good, I plan to use Apple's OS Install CD to partition the disk into a ~58GB (HFS+) partition and a ~92GB FAT32 partition for media. Then I would use Apple's Bootcamp to divide the HFS+ partition into a a ~22GB partition for Vista and a ~35GB partition for OS X + apps. Is ~30-~35GB big enough for OS X and a full complement of apps? What could use up that space (that I'm not thinking of) besides all the media that would be on the FAT32 partition? Furthermore, is there anything "bad" about such a large FAT32 partition? Or is there any downside to using FAT32 for media? Sorry if I haven't been able to give a single, straightforward question. I'm just looking for some feedback on my concept here, wanting to make sure that I'm not going to do something stupid before I get into all this HDD-buying and partitioning and whatnot.