So I bought the academic version of CS4 Design Premium when it came out. I am planning to install it on my MacBook as well (already installed on the MacBook Pro). I understand that there is a student version, which is cheaper and the license explicitly states it can be installed on only 1 computer and it is for personal use only. However the retail version obviously does not have the personal use only clause, so you can use it for commercial purposes. It also states the software can be installed on 2 computers at once, but only one can be used a time; that is fine with me, since I won't be using 2 computers simultaneously. Now the issue is I have the 'Academic' version, which is not the student version; from what I can tell from my license, it doesn't say anything about not being allowed to be used for commercial purposes, so can I conclude it has the same license agreement as the regular version? I have been getting emails and Adobe treats me like a regular version customer—I get the same benefits. When I inquired about upgrades to the Master Suite (no way I need it) and I told them my license, they say it's upgradeable; I know the student version cannot be upgraded. I contacted support about this, they were clueless; they couldn't figure out the difference between the student version and the academic version; they said they would "get back" to me, which I'm interpreting as they have no idea themselves. Finally, price-wise the student version is $300, while the academic version is $600, so I cannot assume they are the same since the latter is twice the price of the former. Can I install my software on 2 computers without violating the software agreement? Thanks in advance.