I was pretty shocked to find out how badly iMovie 3 runs on my 400Mhz G4 PM w/640M ram. It's practically unuseable. 'Undo' takes about 30 seconds, and just moving the cursor along the timeline a few seconds gives me the spinning beachball for around 15 seconds. All other funtions are equally slow, and what's worse is how often it crashes. After spending several agonizing hours completing a project, I then opened the new version of iDVD and had similar luck. The first disc I burned had a huge offset between the audio and the video, which got worse as the movie progressed. After finding a 'sort-of' solution to that problem online [which consisted of the less-than-convenient technique of dumping the whole thing to camcorder, then back into iMovie as a new project], I tried again. This time, the disc is better but the music audio file I used skips in places, and in other places there is still an offset between the dialogue and the video. All in all, this was a thoroughly unenjoyable experience. I've used many beta programs that were more stable than iLife. I'm pretty amazed that this software came from a company that claims to be making a serious bid for the digital hub market. Am I asking to much that it run decently on my 3 year old Mac? Anyone else out there feel that Apple's integrity has dropped a fair distance with the release of the defective software?