I am about to go out and buy windows 7 to replace my vista partition... when I installed vista I had to do some boot manager tricks (both before and after install)... namely I had to allow windows to nuke my mbr then use EasyBCD to remake it in such a way that vista would still find it's "magic" bytes in the mbr... does anyone know if win 7 has any similar issues and/or any other weirdness in reguards to dual booting?

Completely side question I use sysutils/fusefs-ntfs to mount my vista partition do I need to change anything in my /etc/rc.d/* hierachy and/or /etc/fstab after installing win 7 (I use a direct call to ntfs-3g instead of via the mount patch [which doesn't work on 8.0-XXX it seems {I am on RC2 right now}]?
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