Well, from my previous 3 issues everything is up and running just great now! I've got Vista and XP both installed to their own partitions and OSS is working great to dual boot between them, and each OS"s system drive appears as C: to itself. Now I just have a few questions about OSS itself. Not issues, just "how to" type questions. 1. Is it possible to rearrange the order of the OS's listed on the OS Selector menu? I had Vista and Boot from floppy already on the menu and OSS detected XP and added it after the floppy. To fix it for now I just deleted the floppy boot then readded it. But I plan to add a few more boot partions and I prefer not to have to do this every time. 2. I have a 2nd hard drive that will have a few different partitions for data only that will also go with each OS boot (like a speparate APPS drive for each OS) that I will hide or show along with the appropriate OS system partition. I notice that in OSS when I'm designating the partitions, I still have the option on the 2nd drive to designate a partition as Active even though it's not a boot partition. On that 2nd drive, since they're not boot partitions, does it matter which partition is designated as active? Should I just always leave the first partition Active even if it's hidden for the other OS boot? Or should I designate the first unhidden partition as Active? Will it matter since it's not a boot drive? 3. I noticed on these other data partitions on the 2nd drive that I'm showing or hiding with a particular OS boot, they also now have a BOOTWIZ directory with a context.oss file in them. Can you explain why OSS needs this? I'm not really worried about it and I won't delete it but curious why OSS needs to do this. (Partition Magic never did other than it's directory on the partition you installed the boot mangager on.) 4. Once OSS is installed, is it possible to change the partition that the main BOOTWIZ directory is stored on? I installed OSS initially (as it is now) with the BOOTWIZ directory on the Vista partion. I will also have a data partition that will be common and visible by all OS boots. I'm thinking maybe I should put the main BOOTWIZ directory on one of these shared partitions. Part of the reason for this is that I periodically use Norton Ghost (it's what we have at work and it's what I'm used to so I got it for home a long time ago) to image my OS partition so that if something serious were to happen to the OS I can restore back quickly. (I back up data differently.) So I'm thinking if I make a change to the OSS config and then restore that Vista partition it will restore the old OSS config. If I have OSS on a common partion that I never reimage then it's always safe from being overwritten with an old config. Or if I just remember to back up my bootwiz.oss file independently and put the newest one back after I reimage the Vista partition, will I be okay? Thanks much!