* Introduced full screen mode No comments here - just check. There's a known issue about that - native resolutions are not yet supported. Please be sure - we'll fix it in GA or even sooner * Introduced dual-monitor support You can now export the VM to second monitor and let it go fullscreen. Best experience is obtained when Parallels Tools are installed * Improved real CD/DVD support Maybe not improved, but just seriously reworked. We really do expect it to work almost fine. The only known issue left is: - "Eject" button on the keyboard doesn't work when real CD/DVD device is connected to the VM. To eject the real CD/DVD, just disconnect it from the VM by right-clicking the CD icon in the bottom-left corner of the VM and selecting the appropriate control. After ~5 seconds the "Eject" button should work. * Improved, easier to use interface We polished it and removed some nasty bugs... * Better sound support, including a fix for Windows 2000 guest OS It should work with Windows 2000 guest now. As well, we removed nasty delays in sound and "repeating sound" problem. As a known issue - sound recording is not yet supported. * Networking kernel panics resolved Beta3 didn't solve all the kernel panics. Many of you were reporting that using PW with, say iTunes, can cause a kernel panic. This was fixed. Again, we expect no more kernel panics in beta4... * Bridged networking issues fixed * WiFi networking issues fixed We're expecting the problems with bridged Airport/Wireless issues like "it doesn't work sometimes" to go * Fixed some of the issues encountered when entering "Sleep" mode when a VM is running MBP sleep problems mostly. VM shouldn't freese after wake up. And, MacOS shouldn't go to reboot after wake up as well. * Many other minor bug fixes We do understand that the known issue list is not complete and we encourage you to keep the known issues coming. But.. There had been quite a few of problems that can be rated as a "known issue", just because they lack necessary info that helps us reproduce the problem here. As a reference here is what makes your problem a known issue: - Posting a platform where it happened (MacMini/iMac/MBP Solo/Duo) - Posting a version of MacOS X installed (10.4.4, 10.4.5 or 10.4.6) - Posting a guest OS information (like Windows XP Pro SP2 with all latest security updates) - Posting an info about what you were doing when the problem arised (I was just downloading a file from iTunes, guest WinXP was downloading latest security updates when the kernel panic arised). This info helps us very much to get to the core of the problem, fix it and test to make sure it's really fixed.