I see that iBank (a personal finance program similar to Quicken) won a design award at the 2007 WWDC. Currently, only the 2.0 version is available for trial; it was the 3.0alpha version that won the award. Seems odd that an alpha program would win such an award! I'm desperate to find an alternative to Quicken. For more than a year I've tried Quicken 2007 for Mac, but it just seems like an incomplete program. I'm now using Quicken 2007 for Windows (gasp!) via Parallels. It's amazing how much easier the Windows version's setup was for my various financial accounts. (Right now, this is the only thing I use Parallels for...) Would love to try out iBank 3.0a -- anyone know if there's a torrent or something available for a trial version? (iBank's website makes no mention of it). The last time I tried the 2.0 version of iBank I found it severely lacking in its ability to automatically download bank and investing transactions the way Quicken does so seamlessly. Hoping the 3.0 version is addressing this... I switched to Mac about 2 years ago and and am one happy camper (with this one exception)... Hoping for a Quicken alternative.