Wait - not that kind of support. There's a lack of support on these forums for a great product, so I'm just stepping in to give some support TO Parallels/SWSoft. I've been using Parallels for a few months now, and I have had, well, about zero problems with it. I do pretty heavy duty development in Visual Studio/SQL Server in it, and I have to say, it performs tremendously well. You don't know how happy it's made me to be able to still satisfy my work needs but not to have to run Windows except as a "guest". I recently bought 3.0, because it was a major upgrade (in terms of version numbers - version numbers are at the discretion of the software vendor. That's how it always is. Get used to it) and I thought it'd be a neat bonus to have access to more games on the Mac. Quake 4 was the first thing I tried, and it runs amazingly well. Black & White doesn't run. Oh well. The fact that anything 3d works is quite surprising. I have not had any other problems with 3.0. It is better than 2.X, though the only new feature I've really gotten a lot of use out is how it mounts the Windows drive into the Mac host. As far as the advertising for the 3d support? Overstated. What isn't? If I look at the Microsoft ads, I come away thinking that running Windows and Office is going to make me into a millionaire business maven and make my breath smell like roses all just by giving them the $500 or however much it is. At any rate, for the haters, take a pill. Virtualization has never been better, on any consumer platform. I've used VMWare for years on PC's, and the performance hit for typical Windows apps has never been as low as it is in Parallels. For Parallels/SWSoft, keep it going. VMWare may be nipping at your heels, but your product worked first (please ignore 3d for the sake of sanity) and feels a lot more "Mac-like" than any VMWare product.