Does anyone here think that Microsoft has made a huge mistake by not releasing an Intel version of VPC earlier? I mean, deciding between Parallels and VPC seems like it would be pretty easy at this point. VPC is $129 w/o Windows and Parallels is only $50 (40 if you pre-order). I know that there are still some bugs with Parallels (and there probably would be with VPC as well). They both appear to have the same functionality aside from their core function (ie: shared networking/printing/usb sharing/etc). If Microsoft has known about the switch since June, why haven't they done a lot more work on VPC? Do you think this could seriously hurt VPC's market?