I've been following the Parallels Workstation on the MacPro threads for some days now, ever since I discovered (by virtue of kernel panics) that Parallels wont work on that platform without disabling 64 bit access. Having followed Andrew's very lucid instructions, I am now up and running--very fast indeed--on my new 3 ghz machine. I can see the potential. However, I am troubled, as are many other posters, by the public stance on the MacPro compatibility issue. It seems utterly obvious that Parallels should have made an announcement on its home page indicating this incompatibility and their plans to address it, and should also have informed the Apple Stores to this same effect. Posts on this forum, valuable as they are, are no substitute. I believe Andrew when he says that a fix is in the works. But the failure properly to inform customers about this incompatibilty puts the reputation (and financial future) of the company at serious risk. This is because Parallels is a key application for Apple in their move to Intel and their effort to gain marketshare, to the point that it is mentioned in their television ads. Apple has just released the MacPro which would seem to be an ideal platform for running OSX and Windows simultaneously. Indeed, it would seem to be the true "killer app" for the MacPro. Surely there would have been nothing lost by posting an announcement of this incompatibility as soon as it was discovered. But days have gone by, and still no announcement. With every passing day, Parallel's enormous good will is whittled away in the marketplace and among its users. This is particularly true for the corporate marketplace, where some large portion of MacPro's will ultimately end up. Since there is no downside to a public announcement, and onlly an upside, one must wonder: is Parallels self-destructing?