I don't own the software yet as I have no intel mac to run it on but I thought i would give the heads up to people who might. Two new features that caught my eye were: * Read/Write BootCamp partition. Since this build, an Apple Boot Camp partition with Windows XP installed could be used as a virtual HDD for Parallels Desktop for Mac. * Boot from BootCamp partition. Another long awaited feature that lets you boot your 32-bit Windows XP residing on Boot Camp partition directly in Parallels Desktop for Mac. IMPORTANT! You need to boot in your Windows XP natively through Boot Camp and install Parallels Tools for Boot Camp package in it before your first boot in Parallels Desktop for Mac. NOTE! It is not possible to suspend Virtual Machine connected to Boot Camp for integrity reasons. The second one is particularly interesting because it makes it sound like you no longer have to install XP twice if you are running bootcamp and parallels. Definitely a great feature to have!!