What is the purpose of the different Security Options in 4124? I click the Help button and it provides the following information: There are three security levels available: High. This level indicates greater virtual machine isolation from Mac OS X than other levels. Medium-high. Shared folders are allowed and access to Windows disks from Mac OS X side. Medium. Indicates the high level of integration between Mac OS X and Windows. These explanations are inadequate. One of my biggest annoyances with software is when they display an ambiguous option, and the documentation is just as ambiguous. Imagine using an application where there is an option called "*&^ $#@". And when you read their help file, their explanation is: "This sets the option to *&^ $#@." I would like more detailed explanations instead of the generic explanations that are currently displayed. Instead of displaying ambiguously labeled options in the application and then referring users to a help file, why don't you label the options so they make sense in the first place? There is a lot of space in the Security Options section, so use it to provide more detailed explanations.