Suggestions and experiences appreciated: I have a Win2k install on my main drive and a Vista install on an old 2nd drive. Vista has passed its audition, so I would like to make it my main OS. The old drive is really noisy compared with the new one, so I'd like to swap the OSes around and also resize the partitions too. Can anyone vouch for any of the free utilities? What is your favourite commercial package? I need to be able to non-destructively resize the partitions first - Win2K does not need the space it has, and won't be getting bigger in the future as I won't be using it. Vista took all the drive I gave it, but I would like to limit C: to 64GB for when solid state drives of that size become affordable. Then I want to clone (or 'ghost') the partitions around to get them the way I want them. One tricky part is that the Windows bootloader will need to be updated to know that the OSes are in different partitions now. Can you sort this on the command line? Thanks.