I guess this isn't Adobe's "official" stance on Macs, but it's just another example of how the company seems to attacking Apple and it's own Mac-using customers. Remember that web site that was put up a few months ago on Adobe.com that said Adobe software works best on PCs? Now there's this, which I found at ThinkSecret.com: In his new book "Illustrator CS for Dummies," Ted Alspach, Adobe's Group Product Manager for Illustration Products, advises new computer buyers to get a PC: "As of 2003, Windows systems have taken a decisive lead over Macs when it comes to performance. The difference is most apparent with graphics applications such as Photoshop and Illustrator, but you?'ll notice it with other applications as well. If you?'re thinking of purchasing a new system, and speed and responsiveness is important (or at least more important than the feel of the OS, I suggest getting a zippy PC over a (comparably) sluggish Mac.?" The thing is, if his advice was ever sound, it would certainly not be in 2003 with the recently-released G5. At this point, it can hardly be argued that PCs are faster than Macs--both are about equal, and if one processor has an edge at all, it's negligible. Its comments like this that make me want to abandon Photoshop altogether, but unfortunately there is really no viable alternative.