Well it had to happen at some point and while I would have liked to have done this much sooner than later, but I finally got my Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro and have finally got my hands on the Beta of Parallels which im using now to run Windows XP for school so I can get rid of my HP Laptop once and for all. Coming from a 1.25Ghz PowerBook G4 this thing is blazingly fast and I love finally having an iSight. I only have my old powerbook around for a little bit longer till I'm sure I have everything and then put it up for sale. In the mean time every time I switch over to a new primary Mac I keep forgetting how much work it is to get everything back to normal. All your apps, preferences, tweaks and customization you do doesn't seem like a lot till you start with a blank slate. In any case the lesson here is School Windows requirements for classes are a great excuse to get a new Intel Mac :D Macworld and the iPhone Macworld was both great and disappointing. While I know everybody seemed to be drooling over the iPhone I was expecting more than 2 new things. I'm sure they'll make some announcement about iLife and Leopard down the road, but for me it won't feel the same as if it was at Macworld. As for me Im on Verizon with my RAZR for now so I can't get the iPhone even if I had the money for it. The iPhone is definitely a cool device though the finger prints on the screen worries me slightly as you could definitely see a bunch of finger prints on Steve's iPhone during the conference. For now I'm waiting for news on Leopard and what Apple has in store for us. I guess that's all for now, expect to see a new tutorial this weekend or early next week!