As a FCP 5 suite owner I'm just a little bothered by the $49 charge for the UB version. I know Apple had to put in a lot of sweat and blood to convert these programs but then again, if I'm a loyal enough customer to buy a Rev A Intel, should I at least get the privelge of an update of their current software that I already own? (And it is only an update since NO new features are present). They did they during the OS9 to OS X transition when they stopped making OS 9 booting machines. What has changed? I can understand a small charge to cover "media and shipping," but $49 for the same version and platform I already own? I mean isn't that what Apple is telling us...that only the chip is changing, and that the Mac OS X platform will be the same we already know and love? Seems to me they say one thing and do another thing. If not why do they call this a "crossgrade." I always thought a crossgrade was when you went from a version for one platform, say OS X, to another, say Windows XP. At the very least how about a "technology guarantee," like M$ or Quark often offer. That is to say, buy the UB update now for $49 and get $49 off the next version of FCP Suite. That is a win-win for Apple because they help out loyal customers and get an almost guaranteed upgrader @ $600 or so. And that is my other beef. It seems that FCP 6 will be announced in April during NAB, and probably ship sometime in the summer. So $49 now, and then $600 a couple months later. It just doesn't sound right. Am I the only one bothered by this? (And for the record, I'm ONLY talking about the FCP 6 Suite to FCP 6 Suite crossgrade, and not the stand alone version to FCP 6 Suite upgrade. That IS a good deal. Only current suite owners seem to be getting the shaft here. Also for the record, I will not be buying the UB update. I'd like it but will wait for FCP6, but it takes a shine off Apple in my book).