I'm getting a new Lenovo G510 (or possibly Z500) in a few days, and was trying to decide how to manage the operating systems I'm going to install. What I would like to do is: Primary Partition - Ubuntu or Mint (Most Frequently Used)Primary Partition - StorageExtended Partition2 logical partitions with Win7 and Win8I have a few questions as to how I should bring this about. I was going to delete all the partitions, use Gparted to create this partition layout, install Win7 on a logical drive, then Win8 on the other logical, and then Linux. But after reading around, I've noticed people complaining about not being able to get an ISO, even with the utility because it doesn't accept OEM keys. Is there a legal way to obtain this ISO over the internet without paying anything extra? And once this ISO is obtained, is it possible to install it and get it to use the key in the BIOS? If so, will it be able to access the key if it is installed on a logical partition? Should be able to, right? Now, given that I can get past all these problems, will the recovery partition that's made by Win7 have to be primary, or is logical enough? And does Win8 use the same partition, or delete it, or delete it and make a new one? I realize that there are enough questions here to warrant several threads, but I would appreciate an answer to at least the ones in the first paragraph as fast as possible. I'll only have a few days with a fast internet connection to download everything I need. Thanks in advance.