One of the oddest things I see posted is requests for some Mac app to replace some Windows app without explaining what the Windows app is. Why is this so odd (seeing as it seems to be a common practice)? For the very same reason that the requester (someone from the Windows world) doesn't know what apps are available for the Mac, a long time Mac user isn't going to know what Windows apps do and won't have any idea what might be a good alternative by the app name alone. So it seems (to me) to be counter intuitive to assume that everyone must know all Windows apps by name (even in the Mac world). And considering that the odds are that the people who do know what the app is by name are people who are either new to Macs too or are not Mac only users, there is less of a chance that these people know of an alternative/replacement... verses a Mac-only user who has to have Mac solutions for all their needs. Given that, might I suggest that people requesting Mac alternatives for Windows apps take a little bit of time to give a description of the app and the feature set that an alternative would need. Basically, try to meet us poor old Mac users (who don't use Windows) half way so we can help you get the most out of your new Mac.