Saw someone else's response on a post which mentioned Bootcamp 3.0 and how they had got them from Mininova. The thing that intrigued me was that they said it had built in HSF+ support (about time, don't know why this wasn't already a feature of Bootcamp). So did a search on Mininova and found the torrent. problem was the person who had uploaded it said it worked on Win 7 32 bit but it hadn't been tested on 64 bit, I had this and when I tried to run it encountered problems. Microsoft in one of their more dubious decisions, has set 64 bit Vista and 7 to enforce digitally signed drivers. Supposedly for security reasons, however doesn't offer that much of an issue for malware creators, does cause an issue for smaller developers who can't afford to pay MS for certificates as their drivers will not run on 64 bit. So when installing Bootcamp 3.0 I had errors that some of the drivers were not digitally signed, on reboot Start up Repair loaded, a System Restore was done and Bootcamp was undone. Tried using the msi's from the Limo patch, this allowed Bootcamp 3.0 to run fine, however no HSF+ support afterwards. Did some research today and have managed to get it to work on 64 bit Win 7 with full HSF+ support. No longer need to pay out for 3rd party SW to access files on the Mac partition So here's what I did to get it to work: 1. Turn off UAC and restart. 2. Open Start, type cmd into Start Search, right click on cmd in results and choose run as administrator. 3. In comand prompt typed: bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS 4. Downloaded Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider (DSEO) from http://www.ngohq.com/attachments/new...-7-dseo13b.exe 5. Edit Download Boot_Camp_3_micro_by_LIMO.zip from http://www.speedyshare.com/443448130.html, copy Bootcamp folder from install CD to the computer, and then copy the files from the limo patch and overwrite the old ones. Run Set Up, j OK the messages about unsigned drivers, on finish click no when it asks to restart. 6. Ran DSEO, chose Enable Test Mode 7. Chose Sign a System File in DSEO. (This step needs to be repeated at least 4 times) 8. In the location box type: c:\windows\system 32\drivers\applehfs.sys c:\windows\system 32\drivers\applemnt.sys c:\windows\system 32\drivers\keyagent.sys c:\windows\system 32\drivers\machaldriver.sys (also added to other files to be on the safe side don't know if it was needed or not, applemtm.sys and applemtp.sys). *Note* If like me you're using a MacBook Pro and have the KB set to UK, then you might be wondering where the \ key is as the keyboard layout isn't set till after the system is restarted. I got round this by Start> Ease of access> On screen keyboard. 9. Restart and voila, working Bootcamp with full HSF+ support. Can see my Leopard partition in Computer and access it as if I had Macdrive installed On the latency issue, have noticed kbdmgr.exe has been replaced with bootmanager.exe. Unfortunately still getting the screen freezing for a couple of seconds every now and then, so have had to kill the process in Task Manager. In regards to the trackpad, it is working fine for tap to click, 2 finger tap to click and 2 finger scrolling.