I do not know if this is the appropriate place to voice my opinions, but I do not find other forums suitable, so here it goes. First, I do not yet have an Intel Mac, though I intend to get an Intel Core Duo mini later in the year (and possibly also an Intel Macbook when they become available). And when I get the computer I may consider getting a copy of Parallels Workstation for Mac. When I looked at the progression of the OS X version of the software up to Beta 6, I can only say "Wow!". You guys are really trying hard to add features and fix bugs in the software at a pace that the folks at Microsoft can only dream of (see how they still have not gotten Vista to ship after 5 years and probably longer!). However, I can only wonder: is the software a little ambitious? The software seems not to be very stable sometimes, according to some postings here, and in my opinion, the most important thing is to get the software stable and features can be added later if necessary. From what I have seen here, you still have some distance to go before the OSX version becomes really stable. I believe you should temporarily stop adding new features and concentrate on fixing any bugs that may compromise the stability of the computer (e.g. kernel panics). I have used VMware Workstation 4.5.3 and 5.5.1 on Windows XP as host, and both versions are very stable, while offering many useful features, like the very useful VMware Player. If, as rumored, VMware is working on an Intel Mac version of VMware Workstation, and that version is as good as the Windows version, then I am almost certain to choose VMware over Parallels, despite the fact that VMware is more expensive than Parallels. I cannot accept the possibilty of the software crashing and taking down my virtual machines which may take much time to setup, however slight that possibility may be. Of course, since I have a group of virtual machines setup under VMware Workstation (Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP), if I were to consider Parallels I would want the software to have the ability to convert my VMware VMs. That would save me a considerable amount of time. I hope you can implement this feature in your software.