I'm a recent Mac convert, and was well-aware that I'd be giving up some of the creature comforts that are taken for granted in the PC/Windows world. But nothing prepared me for the miserable, inbred software application known as Quicken 2006 for Mac. My 3-year old, who has a mastery of counting only to 10, could write code better than whatever blind monkey put out Quicken 2006 for public consumption. 9-point font. Let me repeat - NINE-POINT FONT. And you can't change it. Sure it's great that I can fit seven thousand lines of register entries on the screen at the same time, but I'd like to be able to read at least one without pressing my corneas against the screen. Then there's the importing. I meticulously followed Quicken/Intuit's instructions for importing entries from PC to Mac for my nine years of entries. It worked great, as long as I don't ever need to again access any entries after August 2000. Truly, is this a joke for Intel? Are they laughing their butts off at us Mac users for giving them money on such a terminal program? More importantly, who CAN I give my money to that makes top-notch financial software for Mac? Sorry to b*tch, but I've just capped off roughly 12 hours of trying to work through Quicken 2006 for Mac and I'm looking for reasons not to throw my computer in a lake.