I've been using version of version 2 for a few days now and there have been good and bad points. Good? When it works, I can run Vista at a decent speed and conect to the web etc. Bad? After few days of using Parallels it has got to the point where, as soon as I launch Parallels in a session, it freezes the whole machine and I have to force a shutdown. I don't mean a spinning beach ball and I also don't mean that I have to force a reboot. It won't even let me do that. The whole operating system (OS X) is frozen. This is a brand new Mac (MacBook Core 2 Duo) with 2GBRAM, a fresh install of OS X and I have no other system problems with any other applications. I haven't experienced this type of crash since the days of OS 9 - or even OS 7 for that matter. There have been all sorts of other inconsistencies and more minor bugs, but I won't bore you with these. So, my question is this, is version 3 of Parallels worth upgrading to? Is this known to have fixed lots of bugs? I'd be interested in some user experience. Thanks.