So while I am tackling the issues with my MK5, might be time to give some thought to my MK1 too. First problem, what on earth is eating up all my HDD space?! I have a 100gb (well 91gb according to Windows) drive and only about 14gb left on it. But I can't account for the "space eaters" looking at individual folder sizes like "Programs", "Windows" and the like. Space: In OSX I use a program called Disk Inventory X. It goes through and gives a graphical depiction with little boxes of every file on the machine. Big boxes mean big file size. Is there something along these lines (and also free) you guys can recommend for Windows? Speed: This MK1 is near unusable. But it does what its needed for pretty well, other than super poor boot up times. I am looking for some ideas for near free solutions to this. I have some mpcie adapters that plug into the WWAN card slot. I have proven this idea works good and allows me to turn the card on/off in bios. The nice thing about this is I could boot up into linux and I think even get my most important software I need for tuning, installed. This also lets me do a hidden, or seamless dual boot and leave the existing drive unmolested and alone. This machine is NOT easy to get running properly on W7. Another option is to actually put a small SSD drive into it. But to do that, I have to clean up whatever is stealing all my space. And ideally I need to do this without risking the data and setup on the existing drive.... Minimal time, effort, risk, and expense will be the ultimate winners for this plan. Any ideas?!