1. That's only if you're still keeping a separate /boot filesystem, for starters. (Why in 2012, by the way? The 1024-logical-cylinder limit on x86 went away ages ago.)
Because you've got a multi-boot system, and only have one copy of grub? Doesn't grub belong in /boot?
I've got a system that triple-boots - gentoo, suse and Windows. It helps if I keep all my boot stuff together.
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