Within the past year I've switched my company completely to Mac's, we're all very pleased. I find myself needing to use one program that requires Windows and that's Microsoft Publisher. I use Publisher with a combination of text and photo's to create/draft Instruction Manuals and Booklets,to do initial concept drawings for parts and consumer products, a web page layout and occasionally to draft brochures. On my other Mac I've been running boot camp, it works but I'd rather be able to run both OS X and Vista side by side. Too often I'll be working in Publisher and want to use a photo stored on the OS X, so I have to reboot, get the photo and then boot back into Vista. I realize there's half a dozen other maybe better ways to do it, but for my needs which is 'best' I can't decide. For my new 13" MBP I'd like to set it up better if I could. To be able to access all folders and files in either OS at the same time would be great. I've considered storing all my 'active' files on my Time Capsule, then I could access my files from any computer and any OS, there's also Drop Box and Sugar Sync, and Backpack to organize files, and that's why my next post will be about But that's the secondary step after I've decided how to install Vista. What should I do? Load Bootcamp on my new 13" MBP or try VM or Parallels? Thank you.