Please reassure me, and tell me that this guy was full of @#%$. I was over at the mass communication building at the university (the only one with Macintoshes) to see if they had gotten new G5's yet. The guy there said that they were considering not upgrading to G5's because ProTools did not have an OS X counterpart, and also that Adobe was not continuing to support the macintosh platform so they would more likely be buying Adobe workstations. I wasn't going to argue it with him, as I would imagine that a university probably has a direct connection to Adobe, but I Adobe and Macintosh have always been very close. I remember seeing a documentary on a Terminator 2 DVD about the special effects. They had an interview with John Knoll, and he was talking about doing the effects for The Abyss, and he said was it was for that movie that he had developed Photoshop on a Macintosh. And they showed an old mac screen with Photoshop 0.67. I can't possibly imagine that after so many years together that Adobe would exterminate mac support, the idea makes no sense whatsoever.