USB drive install

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If I do an FC9 install on a USB drive, including writing the grub to the MBR on the USB drive, is there any reason why I can't pull the plug and leave the system untouched?
Alternatively, since I have grub in the sda MBR, is there any reason not
to just put an additional stanza (not default) in grub.conf to boot FC9
off USB, and just select that as a boot option when the USB is plugged in?
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