Assuming that I am NOT going to add NTFS drivers that allow read+write of NTFS partitions, I was wondering if the choice of filesystem when I partition an external USB drive matters. The choices appear to be HFS+ vs. FAT32.
For the time being, I simply created two half-sized paritions, one of each type. :)
I plan to run various versions of Windows, and keep the VirtualBox files on the external drive.
UPDATE: to clarify-> I'm not concerned about letting my VirtualBox VMs mount this drive, I'm talking purely about using this drive as a place to stick my VirtualBox images, because my main drive is already pre-occupied.