It was nice of Apple to change to Intel processors years ago. I was finally able to load Windows on my mac without an emulator. This became useful to me because I would often come across devices that were not Mac friendly, and required Windows, or Internet Explorer to set up, or make adjustments. Things like routers, and DVR's for CCTV systems still won't let you access their GUI using a Mac. Not to mention they can be a general pain in the rear if you try to use the command line to configure them, or they just won't let you period. So I know that we've all heard about Apple thinking about using ARM processors, and so far I haven't heard much about putting them in things like MacBook Pros. My question is if Apple decides to put an ARM processor in a Mac will that automatically deny a field tech like myself the ability to use windows without emulation?