Sorry for "spamming" the board. And that does not answer my question.
Figured it out on my own. Did a clone/backup using SuperDuper. I then ran Netbookmaker and put the Chameleon bootloader on the USb drive I used for the SuperDuper backup. I rebooted and enabled USB legacy etc, and booted from the USB.
I was able to run the entire system from USB, albeit it rather slowly. I only did this as a test run, but I assume the only steps I would have to run in a real clone is to restore the new drive with the backup and run Netbookmaker to add the chameleon bootloader to the new drive.
Sound right? I will be doing it for real once my 2gb memory card comes next week. I don't want to tear down the netbook twice.
I did it. I put in the 250gb 7200rpm in my original 10v and did exactly was described above. I will use the older 160gb in the newer 10v already ready to go.
I do notice the vibration from the 7200 that people have spoken about. Will see if it bothers me over time, but the system is snappier with the 7200 as opposed to the original 5400.
I put the 160gb 5400 back in. I was getting CPU temps of 160 F with the new drive, not doing anything. The 160gb runs at a cool 120 F, and no vibration. A little snap was not worth the possible damage to the computer.