I am getting my brand new MBP in the mail today! I am very excited as this is my first Mac that I can install Windows on. All of my software is made for Windows (my Adobe products, such as Photoshop and After Effects) therefore I need to be able to access photos and such to edit in this software. Does this mean when I partition my Mac for Windows via BootCamp, that I need to allow for space and save all of my images and editable files onto that partition? Would I have to ensure I import new photos while in Windows XP vs SL? I believe I read somewhere about files becoming read-only in one OS, so I want to see what set up I need to do to ensure I can edit them in Windows. Orrrrrr........ for example, I would not be editing photos and saving replacing the original file... I do a lot of things like digital scrapbooking where I open a file and drag and drop the contents into a new project... so then would it matter which partition the file was in and if it was read only? As long as I save it as a new file?? And in case you are wondering why I purchased a MBP if I'm clearly needing to run on Windows, but I am a Film Production Major and our department requires use of FCP and other Mac-based apps. Not to mention the industry or professional videography companies are more likely to be based on Mac vs PC (true, Hollywood would use neither, but I'm not anticipating that to be an issue for me anytime in the near future....). Therefore, classes/job require Mac and my personal hobbies require Windows. Help!!!