Hi, I have never owned a mac before, so please forgive me if this is a stupid question. I have tried searching the archives here but could no find this answer. I have a new iMac Dual Core 2 17" arriving early next week and I want to use Parallels (already purchased and arrived) to bridge the gap until I can replace most of my software with Mac native versions. As a long time Linux user, I am just tired of MS-Windows. So I have this laptop that has XP on it, and I like the idea of being able to transport an image of it to the iMac, but I do not see anywhere where it says I can transport and create a Bootcamp partition? I have some processing tasks that can take 10-15 hours to run when on a native 'doz machine, so Bootcamp seems to be the best option for those tasks. Few other programs, like Quicken, Office, and etc I would not see any need to reboot for making a VM the best option. So is there a way to us transporter to go directly to a Bootcamp partition, or do I have to reinstall from scratch?