today I decided it's time for more space, so I ordered a 1TB Simple Drive III from Hitachi. I wanna set it up as an multi purpose drive so i can plug it into the wii but also can use it under win7 without having more then one partition. So I thought I'll format that 1TB with only one NTFS partition and put my games as wbfs files in a folder called wbfs on that NTFS drive. If I remember correct, usb loaders and most homebrew can work with NTFS, nowadays.(?) my old hdd is old, crappy and small, so I wanna waste it. The few games I got there on a wbfs drive, I wanna convert to non splitted wbfs files and put them also on the new NTFS drive. I would use the Wii Backup Manager for converting and transferring. That would be faster then redumping my discs, i guess. is wbfs file the right choice? or what about the new ciso format that came up recently? both filetypes won't waste space, like if they are "inflated" on ntfs drives? I would like to hear your thoughts and if you think another HDD setup would be better.