Thanks for the info. I am actually attempting to move my openSuSE 10.2 installation from its current location to another drive, which are both physically located within the same machine. Nothing fancy in my case, i.e., RAID setups, external storage, etc. These are both IDE drives on the same channel (one master and one slave), so this should be a relatively easy task to perform. Since I currently have a Windows Server 2003 partition on the drive which I would like to move openSuSE 10.2 to, I will probably just ghost the Windows partition to an image file, re-partition the master drive, and then restore both Windows and openSuSE to this drive. I have never been too partial to resizing existing partitions within Windows, as I have not had much luck in the past with this sort of thing.
By the way, the whole point of this feat for me is that I finally downloaded a copy of openSuSE 10.3, and wish to test this version out before actually updating my existing 10.2 version. Also, since my master drive with Windows currently occupies about 80 GB in size, I don't need all of this space just for one OS, thereby freeing up a whole other drive (which is about 40 GB in size). It took me quite a while to get all that I wanted to work properly done with openSuSE 10.2, and do not want to disrupt all of my hard work
With that, I may just install openSuSE 10.3 to the existing Windows partition (resizing first of course), and leave my 10.2 installation alone. I'll have to see what I want to do first though.