Just received an email from Parallels offering me a discounted upgrade for something I bought just a few months ago and have not been able to use. The marketing blurb lead me to believe that it worked with Bootcamp and Vista which it didn't. I waited patiently to get a fix for this error but no.... I now have to pay more to get it to work. It's not even available yet either, so $40 for vapourware? Alarm bells are ringing. As Parallels didn't work I've since been using the VMWare Fusion Beta for a while now and it works really well for what I need, Bootcamp and Vista. This, I think is a prime example of over-marketing and under-valuation of Parallel's existing customer loyalty. There is a possibility that maybe the forthcoming Leopard does virtual OS's, that would be a shame for both Parallels and VMWare I think and maybe a last ditch attempt on Parallels part to get more cash out of us numpties before Leopard appears. Parallels did not reply to any of my emails about my issues re Vista and Bootcamp. Why doesn't their web site *seem* to have a link to this forum so you have to search google to find it. There might be one but I can't see it. All disconcerting stuff. As Parallels seem to have no customer loyalty I will wait for either Apple's Leopard to do virtualisation or buy the final VMWare product depending on the outcome.