I'm maybe 30% of the way convincing myself to get a new Macbook Pro, so figured I should ask this... For the last decade I've used Money '97 for my financial stuff. It works GREAT for me. It's a simple interface that looks somewhat checkbook like. It has recurring payments (which I only just started using a few months ago believe it or not). It's got simple reporting and search tools that work perfectly for me It's just great. When I switched to a mac five years ago (for a couple of years) I bought the current version of Quicken...and HATED it. It was confusing to use, I couldn't import anything to it, I couldn't get a good idea with what was going on with my finances. So I ended up using Money '97 through Virtual PC (and ended up switching back to Windows after a while because there were too many programs at the time with no Mac equivalent). Since then I also got a free copy of Money 2005 (something like that), and HATED it too. So are there any other alternatives on the Mac? Just something with a simple, clean interface and basic reporting and search tools? I don't use online banking at ALL, so don't care about that.