Just curious if anyone has heard about this: I was reading an article in my local paper here in New Mexico and it mentioned three ways of running windows on the new macs. 1. Boot camp 2. Parallels 3. Unreleased Beta: Codeweavers Cross-Over Mac Basically they have gotten their beta (not yet released) to the point that you can load office xp for windows on the intel macs, and it will just run natively. The window looks like a windows window, but its running in osx. There is no switching or rebooting. It just runs windows programs. They only had office xp working, but they imagined in a few months they would be able to do many more programs. If this is true, surely apple knows about this ability. Finally, the point of this thread: I have this inkling that OS 10.5 will have this feature built in. There will be no need for bootcamp. You will put windows xp discs in your mac, install windows programs, and you won't even have to deal with windows. What do y'all think?