For a long time I have wanted a MBP. Even before it came out I was looking into a PB. I would consider myself a Windows power user. I have had this PC (that I built) since the Athlon 64 first came out (a couple of years at least). In these years I have not had a single Virus Scanner installed on my PC and I have yet to experience a Virus (I will occasionally install AVG just to check). I love the fact that I am in total control of my machine. When I am on a Mac I don't have the same feeling. Its like I have a ball and chain attached to my ankle. I feel like I am limited to what Steve Jobs wants my computer experience to be like. For this reason I am having serious second thoughts about puchasing a MBP that I have been waiting for Merom (and various other features) to make the jump. I always knew I would run Windows in so form on the system (I'm an engineering major so almost everything I run is Windows only). I have already decided that all of my workflow will be in Windows just because it is much more efficient than OSX, and personally far less frustrating. So right now the two saving factors are: 1. The MBP is better looking than anything Dell has ATM 2. Windows experience on the system So what I would like to know is what is the windows experience on a Mac? I am leaning towards Parallels, especially since 3D acceleration is in the works but I am open to any ideas. I would perfer to hear what people have to say about parallels though. Here are some major concerns: 1. Does it support Right Click? 2. Is it a system hog? 3. Does it mimic that windows experience I need? 4. Also please raise any issues that might hinder the overall experience such as missing features and performance issues. I really appreciate everyone's help!