I'm toying with getting a Mac, and noticed in Apple's education store you can order a Adobe's CS3 for $300 with the purchase of a system. Web Premium is the one I'd get. I do do some light web page work, and having the full blown CS for the theoretically good price of $300 seems like a good deal. But I'm wondering-how's the situation with "product activation" in that product? With the Windows version of Dreamweaver MX 2004, it forces you to activate it through a menu. When you need to reinstall the OS, or move it to another computer or whatever, you deactivate it through that same menu. The newer Dreamweaver 8 apparently activates and deactivates itself when the program is installed or uninstalled. So I'm just wondering how this works in the Mac version of this new product. I have a VERY negative view of "product activation", but I guess as long as I can easily activate and deactivate it as often as I want, then it's not too hideous...but I thought I should make sure that you still can move it/reinstall it as often as needed.