I think we are seeing the beginning of a whole shift in app/computer relationships with Apple, and the eventual demise of tools like RealStudio. With the melding of iOS and the MacOS starting with 10.7, I'm thinking that the future will be all app store. Okay, maybe not right away, but I'd be willing to bet that Apple sees what's happening with the current iTunes and App store and said "Hey, I want 30% of all those apps people buy.". Maybe they'd cut deals with the big boys like Adobe, but I can honestly see this happening within, say, 3-4 years? Hints made me realize this shift might just come to be. With the dropping of Flash and most recently the announcement Apple will not continue development of Java but instead "rely" on Sun, it seems to me this is a reasonable assumption. They seem to be poised to easily close up the platform permanently. If developers want a piece of the pie Apple is baking up, then hop in the oven. If not, there are still mostly Windows computers out there. Pop Tarts, sure, but they are edible. Barely. I use Real Studio. And before you snicker, know that it's been very good to me and my bank account. My point is that within a few years Apple will move more toward controlled apps and the cloud. Casual and smaller shops will have to adapt or die.