I'm the proud new owner of a MacBook Pro and have spent a fair proportion of today getting things up and running how I want them. I've been using Parallels for Mac since I got my first Mac, an Intel Mini early last year. However until now I've not used Boot Camp alongside Parallels. I've set up Boot Camp with XP Pro, Parallels 3.0 then using the Boot Camp partition : all went pretty smoothly. I had to activate Windows once from 'either side' and then it was happy. Photoshop CS2 is a different matter however. Every time I switch from Boot Camp to Parallels or back to Boot Camp again PS CS2 asks to be activated again. So far I've gone along with the requests and it hasn't complained about too many activations - but I'm concerned and thought I would ask for advice here before I boot back into Boot Camp again. Now, the Photoshop license does permit me to use two installations of the software which can be on different machines as long as they're not used at the same time. I'm certainly complying with the requirements of the license from that point of view but I'm assuming that sooner or later (and most likely sooner) it's going to complain. Anyone else out there using PS CS2 on Boot Camp & Parallels who might have some advice on this issue? I'm going to stick to Parallels for now, but I know that when I come to some heavy processing to do in Photoshop I'm going to be wanting to use that Boot Camp.