Thanks for the quick answer. You are correct. However, if you enter the IP of the cluster when installing SQL, you will receive a message telling you it's taken and to choose another. And if you try to add the SQL IP to the cluster group as a resource after installing SQL, you receive an error that the cluster IP is already in use. So there doesn't appear to be a way to have the cluster IP and the SQL IP be the same, like they were on the non-clustered SQL server. I haven't seen too much information on the net about migrating a database from a non-clustered to a clustered environment, which is surprising to me. Any ideas?