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I was gonna say basically what chscag said. I'm not saying you shouldn't keep a copy of Lion around in case something went sideways on the ML install ... I still have a bootable clone of my Lion setup from just before I upgraded (because I haven't done a clone since) on an external drive ...

I was wondering why one would have partitions on a single drive of the two nearly-identical OSes, that's all. Sorry if my meaning wasn't clear.

So far, Mountain Lion has been a real delight and no issues, so I should probably update my clone.
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