Issue #1 Having used Quicken on my PC for a dozen years or so, I'm now overwhelmed by the abundance of available financial management programs. I'm in the process of switching totally from MS to Mac. Since I've read some very bad reviews about Quicken for Mac I've been looking for a subsitute. I'm running Leopard on my IMac G5 with 2GB of RAM so that should be sufficient no matter which program I choose. The question is which? First, I use a credit union rather than a bank but I can't see where that would make any difference. I have a couple of credit card accounts I would like to keep track of. Other than that, my needs are simple. What I'm looking for is a program that will let me maintain my CU accounts: checking, saving, loan, etc. It would help tremendously if I could import my Quicken files from the PC, but I think iBank does that. I would be grateful if iBank users would weigh in and give me their views on the program. Issue #2 In addiition to -- and aside from -- my personal banking requirements I am thinking about starting a small business later this year. From what I have read, iBank might not handle this whereas iBiz might. What I'm looking for here is the ability to keep track of purchases, expenses, invoicing and payments. Again, nothing fancy -- just the basics. I assume that iBank and iBiz are mutually exclusive programs. Otherwise, why have two? As with iBank, I would much appreciate hearing from users of iBiz. Or -- even better -- users of both to tell me how they work together. Many thanks.