I've run into a problem that has proved to be surprisingly annoying, given that it seems like it'd be pretty common. Where I work has a lot of old vector PICT files laying around. They're still more or less supported, but it's getting to be a lot less than more--Preview rasterizes them to low resolution when you open one, and applications that correctly use the vector content are getting less common. Problem is that I can't seem to find any easy way to batch convert them to PDF (or some other more common vector format) easily. Graphic Converter understands the vector content, but as far as I can tell it can only rasterize it, not convert it into another vector format (though it will convert WMF to vector PICT properly, surprisingly enough). Intaglio and Illustrator will open them as vector files, but I can't seem to see an easy way to batch convert with them. (Adding a layer of annoyance, these files have several thousand small objects in them, which REALLY slows down both of those apps, making experimentation a bit tedious.) Is there some easy solution I'm missing here? Anybody else dealt with this? Google and a forum search were basically useless.