While back I had Windows XP running on a Dell laptop and was able to (after some hassles) get a PS3 controller working on it, with motion included. (I use GlovePIE.) Then awhile back I was given a MBA and have recently gotten around to installing Windows 7 via bootcamp. Unfortunately, the program(s) I'd been using before to use the controller are... not available for Windows 7. I spent several days searching how to fix this problem and it seems the fact that I'm in bootcamp only makes it worse. At this point I'm fine not to have a BlueTooth connection, I just want to hook up this stupid controller, even if it's over USB, but for the life of me I cannot get it to work. I've tried at least eight different drivers today alone, and several different versions of MotionInJoy, and nothing's working. MIJ looks like crap and even if I did get it working I'm pretty sure it doesn't work with GlovePIE, which is the main focus here. If anyone has any tips on places I should look for help, or even knows how to do this, well suffice to say I won't be able to thank you enough if you do help me. (If I've left out some critical detail, like that I'm running 64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate, then by all means ask, and I can provide you with whatever information you need. Thanks in advance.) ---------- Just to clarify some things for those of you who might think I haven't done any research: what I've found so far is that if I was running XP or was doing this on a windows computer, I would be able to get normal functionality minus the motion control. If that's the best I can get, just the buttons and joysticks, that's okay, but if there's a way to use all the features, including the bluetooth, that'd be pretty sweet as well.