Recently I was able to purchase Microsoft Office for Mac - as much as I don't like Microsoft products, I wanted an Office Suite that would be fast (NeoOffice loads slowly, but when loaded works well, OpenOffice requires X11 and I hate X11 Emulation cause its not Carbon/Cocoa-ized for the interface etc.) Entourage is an awesome program - Apple needs to make Address Book, Mail, and iCal still separate applications, but for us Power Users, they need to combine them into one simple app like Entourage does. I found an app that does something similar but its $49.95! MSN Messenger is a horrible program - I do like the features of it, but its so bulky on my 1024x768 monitor, I have no room for desktop space, especially when it comes to multiple im's so I use Adium. Adium is one of my fave programs cause I can make it small, light-weight, and it doesn't use a ton of RAM. Safari is ok, but I wish it wasn't so bulky, I wish it was more like Firefox. I use Firefox, but its too much of a RAM hog, well what about Camino, Camino doesn't have all the necessary functions like Firefox does. There's some things that won't work with Camino, but will with Firefox. TextWrangler - Love it, I love this app cause it's like using pico but better cause of the code styling and everything, save it as whatever I want - HTML, C++, C, PLIST, BAT, etc. etc. etc. etc. Onyx - best maintenance app around. VLC - Awesome video player, but wish it was more like QuickTime. I wish QuickTime had more video formats supported like VLC supports. XCode & Interface Builder - Perfect, what can I say, who wants to fork out $$$$$$$$$ for Microsoft Visual Studio or Borland apps? Terminal - Love it, simple love it, the transparency I can do, coloring, everything for text based things. iWeb - hate it; users need MORE finite control! RagTime Solo - not available anymore, but its very comparable to InDesign or Quark Express Now yes I have read about Apple's Interface Standards, but come on, some apps do better than others. So a few questions: 1 - is there an app like Entourage that is free that combines iCal, Mail, and Address Book into one? 2 - is there a light-weight web browser that supports QuickTime, Java, Flash, Shockwave, etc. etc. etc. like Firefox or Safari, but has plug-ins like firefox or is there a way to decrease the amount of RAM firefox uses? 3 - is there a quick fast free Office Suite? Microsoft's office suite is great, AppleWorks is good, but not too appealing to the interface, OpenOffice and NeoOffice are too slow. 4 - any good free WYSIWYG editors like Dreamweaver or GoLive? 5 - any other good free apps you think I'd might like that can increase my productivity on my machine?