I own a 15" macbook pro, with a 120GB SSD. I would like to triple-boot (OSX, Windows 7, Linux) due to work reasons. However, due to some lack of foresight on my part, the remaining available space on each partition is nigh unusable (fully updated, windows 7 ultimate takes up close to 32GB of the 40GB partition I gave it).
So, my proposed solution is to get an after market optical bay chassis to hold a second hard disk. Then I will remove the primary hard disk (the SSD) and replace it with the second hard disk. will install both linux and windows 7 on the new hard disk. Afterwards, I will remove the optical drive, and move the secondary hard drive to that position, and replace the SSD that contains OSX. Now, will both linux and windows be visible? I know refit doesn't support multiple drive booting, but how about the normal efi boot process? I'm just trying to figure out some way to make this work. Your feedback would be appreciated. Thank you!