I've run into a bit of a problem when trying to use the mouse to look around in FPS-style games in my Windows XP virtual machine on a MacBook Pro. While the W-A-S-D/arrow keys work fine for movement, and I can click, right click and even click and drag correctly, entering into mouse-look causes the view to spin rapidly any time the mouse is moved. This spinning persists regardless of what view setting I have the VM using. I've experimented with using the Devices menu to lock the keyboard and mouse to the VM, and that fixes the spinning, but since the host Mac isn't receiving the input, the mouse cursor stops visibly moving on screen, which makes doing anything pretty much impossible. I've attempted to uninstall Parallels Tools so that the mouse locks to the VM and needs to be toggled back to the host Mac with ctrl+alt, but the games I'm attempting to run won't launch without the Tools installed. I've run into a similar issue using Synergy, a network-based KVM switch. When using the mouse and keyboard of another machine, the view in FPS-style games would spin endlessly in mouse-look unless I locked the input to the machine running the program. If I could somehow do this with Parallels/Parallels Tools it might work. Is there an option to specifically disable the mouse/keyboard sharing feature within Parallels Tools but keeps the others intact? I think this would solve my problem, but I can't seem to find any documentation for doing such a thing. Thanks!