http://www.virtualdj.com/forums/51032/General_Discussion/Mac_Version_of_VDJ_CONFIRMED___.html Hint: If you have an Intel Mac, you can buy the current version [Virtual DJ 3.4 for windows] and use Boot Camped windows just until version 4 comes out, which will be available for Mac. You can buy version 3.4 now for only $149 [regular $249] ONLINE and the upgrade to version 4 with Mac support will be FREE!!! http://www.virtualdj.com/purchase/ Just wanted to let any current or aspiring turntablists/dj's within the Mac community know that the best digital music [AND VIDEO!] mixing software [which also supports regular turntables, cd decks, karaoke files and can be used as a standalone mixer right off of your computer] I've seen and tried has just been confirmed for Mac! That's right, you can mix using ALL standard dj equipment [turntables & needles, or cd decks, and any mixer going out to any amp & speaker set-up] and only a couple of "time coded" records and/or cd's. And you're not just limited to music files, but you can mix the music video for the song that would [obviously] also play the song. If you "scratch" the music video the audio AND the video BOTH scratch simultaneously. I've been spinning traditionally since 1987, and I've owned Stanton/Native Instruments' Final Scratch since '03, and have used Serato ScratchLive many times as well. Virtual DJ is going to kick both of their butts. Period. A new digital dj product is due out in July by major dj equipment manufacturer Numark, called "Virtual Vinyl". The software being used in that product IS a SCALED DOWN version of Virtual DJ 4 that focuses ONLY on dj'ing, while the full version of Virtual DJ 4 has more features and supports more hardware. PLUS, the software interface is skinnable, so even though the default interface looks very tacky IMO [very microsoft windowsy], no matter! Just download other skins from their site that other users have created or download their SDK and make your own! Read more about Virtual DJ 4.2's features at www.VirtualDJ.com.