Well, yesterday I bought a Macbook to accompany my G5 iMac. Reading a lot about Boot Camp made me curious enough to install it right away on my own Macbook. After that I wanted to test the sturdiness of Boot Camp and what could be a better benchmark than a heavy, professional 3D designing application (i.e. Inventor 10 Pro)? After installing I loaded a model assembly I'm working at for my job and Good Graces! It runs smoother than on the workstation that I use for work! Notice, I use a Dell pentium 4 workstation with 2 gigs of RAM and a ATI fireGL 128 MB grapics card (and it's starting to get outdated, e.g. it's getting problems with the model I mentioned). My Macbook only has 1 gig of RAM and 64 MB of shared video RAM. I don't know how Apple did the job on Boot Camp, but as far as I can tell (after 1 day...) it was a great job!