Oh Hi, fancy meeting you here! I am constantly going to classes in computer labs, and require access to my desktop back in my room. Basically all of last year, my iMac stayed in XP because it was so darned easy to remote desktop from the XP boxes in the comp labs to my computer at home. This is the one thing I think MS does better than apple. Or do they? Can any of you give me an equally-effective solution that will allow me to connect to my os x desktop? Features that would be just super: Printing directly from my os x desktop to the network printer hooked into the xp box I am on Adjusts resolution to fit monitor Snappy performance Cutting and Pasting File transfers Runs in the background of OS X, and is always on The first two are of great importance. Now I know what you may all be thinking, and yes, I have tried VNC. I do not like it anywhere near as much as I like remote desktop. It can't do many of the things I need, including most if not all of the things I have just listed. I specifically do not like the requirement of installing a client on the computers, even though I am a lab supervisor, and could get them all suited up with them at the beginning of the year (I hadn't even thought of that until now...) Thanks for the read!