Hi, there! I'm really enjoying my new 12" Rev. C Powerbook - the possibilities of it are just starting to sink in, and I'm dying to get into serious video editing with it. The problem is, I can't quite figure out how to configure my setup. Maybe you guys can help? I've got a windows PC with Firewire and about 80GB of free hard drive space. It also has an internal DVD-R drive installed. I'm studying film, and for my upcoming editing courses, I'm going to have to purchase an external hard drive for non-linear editing in the school's labs. I'm thinking a Firewire drive would be great for editing video on my new Powerbook. So, how should I go about capturing video from a miniDV camera to the external hard drive, editing it in FCP4 on the Powerbook, authoring a DVD using DVD Studio Pro 3 (also on the Powerbook), and getting the DVD image file onto the PC for burning to DVD disc? I was thinking about formatting the firewire drive as FAT32, but the <2GB file limit is not enough for a full DVD-R image file. It'd be ideal if I could format the drive completely as HFS+, with a tiny (~10GB) NTFS partition for finished DVD images. Then I could mount the drive on the PC, copy the image file, and burn. Too bad Panter can't write NTFS (right?). Any word if this capability will come in Tiger? Finally, any tips on the external drive? Since I've only got one Firewire port on the Powerbook, I need to daisy chain from the miniDV camera -> external drive -> Powerbook. My film prof recommended an ADS Firewire enclosure. Does anyone know if this daisy chaining will work with this make of enclosure (specifically, capturing directly from the camera to the external drive)? Also, any comments on the ADS enclosure would be welcome. I've looked at Lacie as well, and while they look great, they seem a little pricey. Thanks for any help you can offer - sorry for the long post!