At the WWDC keynote, some guy from EA announced they'll be bringing out several games for Mac OS X this month, including Battlefield 2142, which is a game I've been interested in getting for a while now. But I was wondering how well Mac-native games run on Macs (esp. in terms of how high/low the FPS is). I installed the Call of Duty 2 Demo a while back to test it, and the FPS was pretty low, and I'd heard some other bad things about gaming on a Mac so I'm a little concerned that BF2142 could be a similar experience. If I remember right, Macrumors had a post about how they would port BF2142 over to Mac, and I think they used the word Cider (I just got my first Mac - a SR MBP - so I'm not too familiar with Apple terminology). I'm assuming that has to do with the codebase, or the way of translating it or whatever. Does anyone know how efficient/fast games that use Cider are? Basically, I'm wondering whether I should get the Mac version or the Windows version of BF2142 (I have Vista installed also). Thanks.