Hi guys, i have 40 gb hard disk with a 15 gb primary partition, a 23 gb extended partition inside which i house my suse 9.1 in a separate 7 gb partition. i have burnt the freebsd iso's received in the digit dvd and would like to install it as i heard that it is a very good distro. but the problem is that when i boot with the installation disk and reach the partition editor screen, my extended parttion does not get expanded to allow me to use my suse space for installing freebsd. i visited the freebsd website, and there i learnt that free bsd can only be installed in a primary partition. is there any way i can install freebsd in this machine without destroying my exisiting partitions? i have some very important data in the second windows partition. and i cant backup as my writer is malfunctioning(it has taken a sudden fancy of breaking cds) and i cant buy a new one right now. also is there a lot of difference between the mode of use of linux and freebsd? i mean, if i am more or less comfy with suse 9.1, will freebsd pose a lot of problems?