I've never found iMovie to be a particularly stable application (I've used most of the versions of it), and iDVD seems to be no stranger to crashing either. Recently, someone I know was considering switching to a Mac, and he had the opportunity to borrow a Macbook for a weekend. He planned on doing video editing the entire weekend, and if he liked it more than on his PC, he was gonna buy a Mac. He ended up not switching because in his words "iDVD was great - very easy to use, much better than any Windows version. But iMovie kept crashing, and what's worse is I expected it to be automatically saving my work like MS Word does, but it didn't so all my work was lost each time!" Since this sounded much like my iMovie experiences (except that I frequently save my progress, knowing the inevitable crash is coming), I started wondering if a lot of people find these programs unstable (I'm currently trying to get iDVD to make a DVD of a movie I just editing, and iDVD keeps crashing). It's ironic that Apple touts them as strong arguments for switching, yet sometimes they have the opposite effect. I feel that these applications are mature enough now so this shouldn't be an issue. Anyone care to chime in?