Caution: If you have installed a demo application from Adobe, be careful. Don't uninstall by tossing the applicable program folder. You may regret it. I used to have high regard for Adobe Products that is until I ran into the BS installer problem with Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac. I originally installed the demo version of the program on my MacBookPro running MaxOSX 10.5. Then I purchased this software directly from Adobe but the demo would not accept the serial number that came with it. Keep in mind that the demo download had ZERO warnings on it about uninstalling the demo and the requirement to use the uninstaller that came with the demo. In addition this demo download was quite large, and I did not want to keep it on my Mac's hardrive so it was tossed. And being a Mac user it should have been perfectly safe to toss the PSE v6 Mac demo application folder along with the preference file to uninstall this program. After all this is not friggn Windows is it? When I called Customer Support (who btw appears to be entirely based overseas with foreign speakers), I was shocked to discover the only way to get rid of this demo and allow a reinstall was to run a CS3Clean program that wipes out all of the Adobe Products on my computer??? Not only that but I could not get signed on to Adobe.com to download this software, so I was dead in the water. Invisible files and scripts that can't be navigated to and simple tossed? The icing on the cake is when tech support started talking to me about "the registery". (As far as I know the MacOS does not have a registry). Anyway, I have not seen this kind of BS since Norton Utilities on my PC. I reemphasize, this is a Mac we are talking about, not Windows. I have no idea what Adobe's software engineering motives are, if it is anti-piracy, or saving money, but it certainly not customer convenience. Macs have always stood for ease and convenience. When Adobe makes uninstalling a program a customer headache, they have screwed up by bringing the Mac down into the land of Windows, a very sad day indeed. I now have more incentive to consider competing products to Adobe. As it stands, I have invested in a program I can't install. Eventually I'll get this stupid cleaner file downloaded and have to reinstall my Adobe software. I'm pissed. Is this fair or am I just over reacting?