Hi I have not bought Disk Director yet (I just bought True Image) I have the following question: I have the following paritions on my system - Windows 2000 pro (20GB) - Windows 2000 server (20GB) - Windows 98 (20GB) - Mandrake Linux (20GB) The first (W2K pro) one is my main one, and I use it 99% of the time. The others are basically for testing stuff ona system without development tools. Linux was experimental. I have a second hard drive that is basically just data. When installing Linux, it installed a boot manager (I think it was called LILO). This defaults to Linux first, then a choice from the Windows OS's if I catch it in time. I have since started using VMWare, and don't really need to have all these partitions. I can use a VM for pretty much any purpose I would have used them for, and it is more convenient. What would be the best procedure to (i) get rid of one or more of these existing partitions and either create a new partition for 'data' and/or increase my main W2K pro partitions size (ii) replace the Linux LILO manager with something that defaults to the W2K pro partition (but gives me other options if I have other bootable partitions). I have been burned once by the reputable Partition Magic (it trashed my new system the first time I used it) so, in addition to advice regarding how to achieve the above tasks, I would be grateful to hear any comments regarding the reliability of Disk Director vs. Partition Magic. Also, if I do get rid of a partition, say D:\, would my E:\ partition (my main one) become D:\, or remain E:\? I would prefer the latter, as some path references were hard coded (absolute rather than relative) during software development on the E:\ drive. Thanks in advance!