With all due respect, I would suggest you open your mind and broaden your horizons a bit. In New London, CT, USA, $70.00 US may not seem to be a lot of money, but in many parts of the world $70.00 US is a months, or more, pay. That is assuming that drive can even be bought for that sum there. The thread starter didn't say where he was so I would have to assume he had good reason for not simply going out and purchasing a larger drive.
Acid_1's answer to the question was the one the thread starter was looking for. You suggestion may be a better alternative for some but was not what the thread starter was looking for.
Just another view point.
$70 is a months pay? Where do you live?
Not anywhere in the US.
$70 is a fairly decent date, $70 is 2 fairly decent bottles of wine.
If you don't want to spend the cash on the hardware, that's your decision, Anywhere in the USA $70 is not a lot of cash. Period.
Like I posted earlier, you're entitled to do as you wish, go ahead and play around with 60GB hard drives if that is what you think the best course of action is. I will be over here, pointing and giggling...
Actually, that's not true.
I won't be thinking at all about people trying to use 60GB hard drives in 2008... they're simply too silly for me to waste my time....