Dudes, I'm getting a Dell, and I need to de-crapify it. This is complicated by the fact that I bought an SSD separately that I am going to install in it. So, I figure to blow everything away and do a clean install of Windows. So, first things first, since they don't give you media anymore where can I download Windows (legit) from? I got Windows 8 Pro and might actually want to use the downgrade right to Windows 7 pro, so being able to get either one would be helpful. Going to Microsoft doesn't seem to yield any ISO links (or I'm doing it wrong). Second, during this fresh install I want the SSD to be my C: drive, and I figure I want the OS and apps on that. The HD should be OK as the D: drive for the user directories and all that. Since they don't give media and put a rescue partition on the HD I kinda want to blow that away, too. How do I configure windows to do this? I'm probably going to have 2 user profiles, myself with admin privileges and my wife as a normal account. I'm considering making an image backup (using Macrium reflect) snapshot of it all before even fiddling, just in case. Any other tips or suggestions to get all this coming out rosy?