Yes, that's it. Just make sure it is MBR type, not GUID. Wins7 won't install to a GUID (GPT) disk. :)
Awesome, I think I got it now. Change Bios. Partition, NTFS for windows, fat32 for mac. Do the partition from my macbook. Pop in the Windows 7 install disk, install. Then reboot on the other partition to load the Mac Snow Leopard. Only snag I have there is:
1. How do I boot into the other partition?
2. Should I be using an EFiX chip or just follow the snow leopard guide on lifehacker with the usb flash drive method?
Also, you mentioned that I can have it run more vanilla after the lifehacker way. How do you do that?
Thanks a bunch