Hi All, I downloaded the Windows 8 Developer Preview from Microsoft this evening (dev.microsoft.com) and created a new VM for it in Parallels Desktop 7. I told Parallels it was Windows 7 and gave it 1.5GB of RAM and 2 processors. Everything worked okay at the beginning -- OS install went smoothly, etc, and the OS started up. However, none of the resolution switching, etc. was working initially (as I suppose should be expected). So I tried installing the Parallels Tools. That was a mistake. The installer ran without complaint, but when it restarted the VM, now nothing works. I get the lock/login screen okay, but once I log in I just get a black screen. Apparently the Parallels Tools tried to turn Coherence on (which I wouldn't expect to work on Windows 8, until Parallels does a lot more work to integrate with the all-new UI!), and that led to some error messages up front... and the black screen forever after, apparently. I couldn't figure out how to uninstall anything when the display wasn't working. So right now I'm trying out the new Windows 8 feature called "Reset your PC", which basically restores everything to factory conditions. (Used for when you want to give your PC to someone else and get rid of all your data & apps.) Hopefully it will work again once that completes. But it brings me back to the question: does anybody know if there's a way to get some of the benefits of Parallels Tools (i.e. device drivers) without messing up the display by trying to turn on stuff that won't work with Windows 8?