I'm curious because I'm about to get a 20" iMac and have been wondering about Pages as a proper, fulltime Word replacement. I do nothing fancy in word except for basic formatting and word/character counting - this has to be easy to access and see at all times. There are probably several threads about this on here, but I'm asking because the Pages demo did a few weird things on my 12" PowerBook. Specifically, if I used certain document templates and tried to edit titles and headings, the document view would jump to the bottom of the page. At 1024 x 768 this was a problem, as I couldn't see what I was typing. Every key stroke dropped the top of the document out of the window. I tried this on a demo 20" at an Apple Store, using the same templates, and noticed that while the page view didn't really change (the screen was big enough to see the whole page), the vertical scrollbar jumped from the top to the bottom. If Pages has weird little bugs like this, does it make it extremely annoying to use, or does it not matter? I'll have a BIG screen soon, so perhaps it's not a big deal. Unless Apple fixed it in an update? It's just that with my brand new iMac I'm keen to ditch the bloatware that is Office, and Pages seems like a good start.