One of my clients decided she wanted to switch to a Mac. Since Quicken is one of the main apps she uses I recommended we install a lean VMWare Fusion virtual machine and run Windows Quicken in it. I've got that process down to a science and can build a lean, optimized VM for that purpose pretty quickly. For the end user it would be pretty seamless. So she goes to the Apple Store once on her own and once with me. On the first trip (alone) she's told: "oh don't do that, putting Windows on your Mac is a nightmare, blah blah blah... besides there's Quicken for Mac and it will take your files just fine, works great, etc., and we have another program that's just as good or better that we recommend" Next, I meet her there and we talk to someone else. He agrees that the latest Quicken for Mac is crap. But iBank 4 hung the moon! We all agree that she should go ahead and get the Mac and try iBank 4 free for 30 days. If she doesn't like it then we can always do the VM. She'll receive her new Mac later this week. After reading some reviews of iBank on Amazon I'm not impressed. What do you think? Is iBank 4 really that good? Oh, and don't recommend Mint for her. I've almost got her talked in to trusting Dropbox or Mozy for online backup. No way she'd ever put her transactions in an online system like Mint.