Ahhhhhh... feck it. For months I've defended this sorry excuse against all attacks, even as impressed as I am with InDesign. But today, my patience is just about at breaking point especially as those wankers want £259 per license to upgrade from 6.5 to v7. I'm working on a 180pp book, two spot colours only, full of charts and tables. And no matter how I work it, the tables are absolutely awful. The table rules keep dropping out in different sections of the tables... having spent the best part of Friday last week carefully checking and marking up separations for every spread, I now find inconsistent weights all over the place despite everything set to 0.3pt. Have run it through everything I can think of. Saving the pages as EPSs and PDFs, still the same problem. They look rubbish on screen, they won't print properly on a number of different printers... consistently inconsistent. Have also triple-checked object-level and global trapping many times on all chapters... and of course, I can't even collect an entire book for output let alone print it, having to do it chapter by chapter. Meanwhile, almost simultaneously, my colleague suffers the 'unexpected end-of-file' error on a 2-day job. Absolutely criminal. Roll on CS3.