Friends, about all those distros, probably I won’t keep all of those.
I mean, Dream Studio I think I must, cause is my low latency kernel distro, with jack audio pre-configured, allowing me to work with Ardour (and I never understood how to settle jack, so that’s the only reason why Dream studio is there). I know it’s kind of dummy a have a distro installed only to work with Ardour, but what can I say… it won’t work on other distros!!!
About Mint, well... was my first move onto linux world, and I always felt comfortable with that, although I always felt it wasn’t a beautiful distro as others (probably because of gnome or so) but the things always work, and that’s precious. But now, with gnome 3, I think it’s time for me to settle to another environment, so here’s kde! That’s where it comes Kubuntu. Just trying, cause I wasn’t able to install pclinuxos (my first choice to enter the kde world). So, I’ll probably will keep windows/dream studio/ a kde distro (hope pclinuxos), and I’m still thinking about Mint. Let’s see.
But about the multiple boot, guess there are no problems with that. I’ll just install pclinuxos bootloader in the partition I’ll install it, and then just do an update grub in my main distro. It worked with all the distros I’ve installed before (although all of them are ubuntu based, but it worked also with pardus, so, probably will work with pclinuxos too). But this is a problem that is not yet happening, since as I said in early posts, the dvd just freezes, without the begginning of the installation process.