Hi there, Im currently a Windows user (used to be a Mac user in the 8.x days) and am currently looking into getting an iBook (well, as soon as they get their updates: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=1539737#post1539737 ) Anyhow, Ive tried searching the forums for my question, but did not find anything on point, but do apologize if this has been answered already and I missed it. I currently work on documents that are stored on a Windows desktop (while I am on a Windows notebook). Using Windows XP, you can designate certain files/folders to be made available offline, so that they are stored on the notebook, but can be synchronized with the desktop quite easily (which is important as different files are usually updated/worked on/created at the same time on the notebook/desktop (i.e. the server). If/when I get an iBook, I still need to work with files that are kept on the Windows desktop. Now, I know I can just manually copy files back and forth, but wanted to know if there is an easy way to sync files and folders between a Mac and Windows machine so I dont need to worry about which files were updates on the server and which files were updated on the notebook? Any help would be appreciated! I am willing to look at non-free solutions, but I am a student, so cant really afford anything expensive (as is, the iBook will be pushing my budget).