Yeah, well I hate space management with a passion. I upped the HDD in my laptop to 640GB (and 8GB RAM) a while ago, because I didn't want to be caught high and dry without any space. I don't backup everything, just the stuff I need. Some big ISOs/DMGs and my Steam directory are ignored, as well as Boot Camp.
My Desktop only has a 115GB SSD, but I have 1TB Storage drive for media/downloads and a 2TB (2x1TB) RAID0 array for games. I hate have to shuffle stuff around, though. Considering finding the same model SSD as I have and running RAID0 on them for 230GB that reads/writes at over 550MB/s. Not having Sata3 on that board means I won't get the full speed of current SSDs.
You back up regularly? That makes you one of about 1% of people.
(Did I throw out the receipt? Whatever the reason it might have been, there goes $20.)
I've noticed that setting the gamma to be one big notch lower in Windows from the default middle setting seems to make it match 2.2 in OS X's Display Calibration Assistant.
I think the very top is 1.0; the middle is 1.8; and the "click any part of the slider below the selector once" be 2.2. (Clicking it twice gave me crushed blacks on the wallpaper, unlike how it looked in OS X.)