graeme_p - 7:03 am on Sep 24, 2013 (gmt 0)
Note I just edited my previous comment to correct "less mature" to "more mature"!
Lubuntu and (I think) Bodhi Linux use the Ubuntu installer, so should have the same support for dual boot installs. Fedora should also have support in the installer. No idea about the others.
If XP is going to be your secondary OS, then, depending on exactly what you still use it for, it may be easier to have a single boot install and run XP in a VM. It works very nicely in VirtualBox.