Perhaps I'm an idiot (well, well) but I have learned to make do with iWork Pages. There is, however, something I don't understand, and find very frustrating. In working with a long document (in my case a manuscript), if you decide that you want to utilize Find and Replace's Replace All function within SELECTED sections only, you can't do it. You can do it for the ENTIRE document, and you can do it if you want to keep hitting the key to correct each instance only, but risk carpal tunnel after a certain point. Why is this not an option? Surely I can't be the only one banging my (his, her, your) head on the desk in frustration about this. I know that the current itineration of Pages has taken its well deserved share of abuse, but I've gone back to using 4.1, and it would appear that this wasn't an option then, either. If you're designing software for Apple, is this that bloody hard to do? I've spent all afternoon trying to Google/find a workaround for this, but apparently there is none. Because Apple knows that I don't need it. End of rant.