... 3rd party frameworks? I've read in some older posts that when compiling 3rd party frameworks to be used in your program, that you should set the initial memory offset to 0xb0000000 in your compiler settings so it doesn't conflict with your main program, which runs initially at 0x00000000. I've done that and haven't run into any memory conflicts, yet, but I just wanted to be sure that this was still the proper offset. The posts I had read were from 2007, and I can't actually find the documentation referring to this... Also, would switching to the GNUC99 (so I can declare my variables in for-loop-initialization -- makes the code look cleaner) compiler in XCode be problematic for this? I can't imagine why, but just want to be sure... if anyone knows. Thanks.