I have on my Macbook's hard drive a 120GB OS X 10.5.7 partition in HFS+ and a 32GB XP SP3 partition in FAT32. I'm planning on wiping my XP partition and installing the Windows 7 RC sometime in the next week. I've got a few questions: - I'm aware that I can't officially write to NTFS drives from OS X. However, one of my requirements is being able to easily move files between Leopard and Windows. Are there any solutions for writing to NTFS-formatted volumes from within OS X? - On my current FAT32-formatted XP partition, I'm unable to even view my HFS+ OS X partition, let alone write to it. Are there any solutions that'd let me view and write to my HFS+ volume from FAT32? How about NTFS? If these workarounds exist, are they compatible with Windows 7? - Would it be possible for me to non-destructively repartition my HDD after installing Windows 7 on the NTFS partition? (This query is far more hypothetical in nature; it's unlikely I'd be displeased with the distribution of space.) tl;dr version: I want to be able write to an NTFS Windows 7 partition from OS X. I also want to be able to write to my HFS+ OS X partition from Windows. How feasible is this? Thanks for reading.