I just received a new MacBook Aluminum and I'm wondering about software. I do web development and graphics work for a living, and this also necessitates a fair amount of writing. I want to leave my Windows machine as a Windows machine and try to use the MacBook solely as an OS X machine, so I'd like to be able to replicate my working environment on the MacBook in terms of software. I've compiled a short list of software I use on a daily basis, and it'd be great to get recommendations for OS X replacements. In Windows I use: 1. Macromedia Studio 8 (primarily Dreamweaver) 2. Microsoft Office Professional 2003 (primarily Word, Access, and Excel, but I do use Outlook occasionally for reminders) 3. Windows Mail (Outlook Express) 4. AbsoluteFTP or FileZilla 5. Adobe Acrobat Professional 7 6. Adobe CS2 (primarily Photoshop) So far I've come up with a OS X replacement list of: 1. 2. iWork or Microsoft Office, but I need an Access replacement, too 3. Mail 4. FileZilla, Cyberduck, Interarchy, or Transmit 5. 6. Pixelmator 7. OnyX Keep in mind that I don't mind buying the software, although the Adobe and the (formerly) Macromedia suites are pretty much out of the question in terms of cost. Besides, I've become a little, ahem, disallusioned, with Adobe. Thanks in advance for suggestions.