Good morning. I was wondering if anyone here has tried video chat in Leopard between two Jabber clients (Google Talk to Google talk). I have never done a video chat before because I have a Powerbook. After much convincing I got my sister to buy a Macbook. I'd like to use the screen sharing feature in order to show her how to use OSX and highlight some features, etc.... I also want to give video chat a try. I hooked up my Panasonic video camera through firewire and all seems ok. QUESTION I'm waiting for her to call me today so I can try this. I was wondering, for those of you who have tried video chat via two Jabber clients: Were there any issues you encountered? Did you have to change firewall settings on an external firewall (dlink, netgear) Are default video settings ok or should i expect to change them due to choppiness, etc? Is there a way to do a video chat "test" beforehand? My sister is a little iffy on her new Macbook purchase, due in larger part to her own errors. After configuring her firewall to add the MAC address of her wireless, I had to hang up with her and leave for a meeting. 1.5 hours later when I called back she was mad because she couldn't find the iWork 08 and Office Mac 2004 trials, nor any user guides. This prompted her to re-install Leopard. Of course when I called her back I told her she should have just waited for me. And after the reinstall I showed her where all her applications were, and the users guides which she swears weren't there before. (yeah right) Anyway, I want the video chat to "just work" the first time when I attempt it later today. I don't want to give her another bad experience, even though the first bad experience was entirely her fault. I figure a nice screen sharing session will do her some good as well so I can teach her how to use a Mac and stop thinking Windows. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. We are both on broadband, I'm behind a DLink DGL-4300 and she's behind a Netgear of some sort. If this will only work after changing router settings I won't do it because she is not comfortable messing around in the router configuration. I can just set it up for her when I go home for Thanksgiving. Thanks!