I'm not sure if this is a new "feature" in the Ubuntu installer or if I'm just crazy. Basically the last time I installed Ubuntu I was given the option of resizing my partitions (either automatically or manually) or reformatting and using the whole hard disk. This time around the only option that works is to reformat and use the whole disk. I can select guided partitioning, if I do I get helpful options such as. 0 (0 )0 0) With a little radio button next to each of them. Now I don't speak linux. Maybe those options makes total sense to everyone who does. But to me, its garbage. I mean really, what the hell is (0 anyway? My other option is using the manual partitioner. If I select that one it tells me I haven't defined a root partition and I must fix this before I continue. I don't know what that means, and I don't see any option to fix it. I can click on my NTFS partition and select edit, but all that does it give me the option to change my mount point (no idea what that means either) nothing about resizing the NTFS partition. I suppose I could use a windows partitioning tool and resize like that. However that last time I used one of those (partition commander I believe) I completely lost my system and had to reformat. So yeah, it would appear that I'm screwed. Unless anyone has a suggestion. PS: I don't have any extra room for a another harddrive on this box, so no need in suggesting that to me. PPS: The Ubuntu installer seems to really hate widescreen. It somehow stuffed the entire screen into the right hand side, there is no way to change it to fill the whole screen. Hopefully there will be a way when (if) I get it installed.