I plan to install Leopard on one of my mac pro's hard drives that is NOT currently my boot disk. I will move everything in the new boot HD to other drives and do a clean install. However, I won't touch my current boot disk, which has Tiger installed. After I install Leopard, when I restart...will I be offered which HD/OS I want to boot from? Or will it automatically boot from one disk, and if so, which one? I will want to boot into Leopard, and provided all is good, move stuff around. I didn't know how to search for this topic; it's not a dual boot because each OS will be on a separate hard drive. And I've never installed an OS to a HD other than the current/previous boot disk, so I have simply no idea what to expect. Somewhat off topic - apps like CS3, etc, will I need to reinstall these from disk? I presume I can't just copy them from my old application folder.