I have a Mid 2010 17" MacBook Pro that I have as my designated Windows laptop (my 15" serves as my designated OS X laptop). It just barely got support for Windows 8 and 8.1 compatible Boot Camp drivers. (Frankly, I'm not sure why Apple avoided giving more machines support for Windows 8 and 8.1 compatible Boot Camp drivers when (a) said machines were supported for 64-bit Windows 7 and (b) said machines otherwise meet Microsoft's minimum requirements. Apple really should've been able to provide drivers for systems like the Late 2010 MacBook Air and the Mid 2010 13" MacBook Pro and MacBook, but I digress.) Given this, do we think that Apple will make steeper cuts in terms of the systems it'll provide Windows 10 drivers (and thereby support) for than it did for 64-bit Windows 8.1? I'm presently running the Windows 10 Insider Preview while rocking the latest version of Boot Camp for this system (only rated to support from 64-bit Windows 7 through 64-bit Windows 8.1). My mileage has been somewhat rocky, but I figure that's due to running a pre-release version of Windows on top of drivers meant for an earlier version of Windows. Given this, once the Insider Preview version expires, I'll be moving back to a release copy of Windows. The question becomes one of will I get Windows 10 support on this system from Apple? If I don't, then I'm going to Windows 8.1 and staying there (as updates to the Windows 10 Insider Preview [which, I understand, were similarly delivered to how Windows 10 will receive its updates down the road] kept breaking my installation of the Boot Camp software, forcing me to have to repair the installation on the regular). Otherwise, I'm curious as to how Apple will support those systems. Does anyone have any good guesses or ideas either way? It would be nice to plan this OS wipe and reinstall ahead so I know which OS I'm using this machine with.