well, unless you're going to run boot camp, just make one big partition and run the install disk. nothing tricky other than that
if you do decide you want to run boot camp, just leave about 5-10gb free on your drive. but even if you don't do it now and decide you want to install it after you've already made your giant partition, the install disk will repartition for you, so really you have nothing to worry about.
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