Hmmm. I don't have an external HD with enough space to use as a go between.
Have 25gb of 207gb left on my internal OSX partition.
Down to 3.3gb of 25.5gb on the Windows FAT32 partition.
Have a 500gb external drive, partioned; 17.82gb of 389gb on the mac partition; 64gb of 85.76 on the Windows NTFS partition.
To complicate matters further, my disc drive is fucked (covered by warranty, had been hoping to get this fixed in the same trip to Stream solutions), so I can't go throwing on the install disc. As a further complication, I downloaded my copy of Leopard via torrent. I installed it by using my iPod as the install disc.
Anyway, I had been hoping to connect the new HD I'm buying to my Mac and move it all over as is- i.e. with the FAT32 Windows partition as is, with the rest set aside for OSX. Then, once I have it up an running, I want to create a decent enough size NTFS partition, maybe around 100gb or so (obviously, if it makes better sense, I could just do that at/before the migration stage).
I hope that all makes sense now. Is it doable? Or would I better off just biting the bullet and paying those bastards to do it all for me?