Advertisements What is the benefit in increasing the size of the swap partition and in keeping "all MFS Media partitions at or under 1TB"? Or is that just necessary in order to use the full capacity of a 2TB drive? Tell me if I'm understanding you correctly. Since I originally used the MFS Live CD to create the 750GB Tivo Drive, does that mean a little extra space is left at the end which JMFS would then "misuse" (by creating the taboo 17th partition) when using that as my source drive? Is there a workaround for that? Or is that what makes WinMFS a preferred (if not the only) method in my case? Since the MFSLive.org forum seems to be inactive, is there anything special I need to do in WinMFS to permit breaking the 1.2TB rule? Perhaps my most reliable route would be to use my other THD's 1TB drive as the "1TB middleman" source drive? (although then I don't get to copy the 750GB shows) BTW, I have a 2nd PC that is rarely used anymore with a couple free SATA cables I can dedicate to this task. Does that tip the scales in favor of using JMFS at all?