Remember when XGrid was announced a year and a half ago? There was tons of buzz about linking up all the Macs in your house to render something in Final Cut Pro or working with Photoshop at lightning speeds. Then, everybody got real quiet about it. Well, Tiger shipped, and according to Jobs, they shipped over 2 million copies of the damned thing, each one including an XGrid client. Now, with the mass distribution of this "spectacular piece of technology," what good is it? I've Googled XGrid plugins and whatnot every couple of weeks for the past few months, and there's nothing new. No plugins for any apps, except for a few specific number-crunching research programs. Everybody was talking about this new revolution in computing and now that the technology is widely distributed, can anybody find a single use for it? I've been dying to set up a cluster of Macs in my house to convert large MPEG files over to Divx, but haven't found anybody even working on anything close to this. So, if anybody has any info on this, please post here.