I wonder if there is ever going to be a good cad program like SolidWorks or Solid Edge for the Mac. I think there are a lot of mechanical engineers an mechanical engineering students on Mac's these day's and I think they would all want a native cad program? It is a massive group of users, 3.5 million seats Parasolid kernel alone. I think there is a good market for it. Hell even Apple needs a cad package to engineer there products. I doubt they use HP's or Dell's. I think the new Mac Pro is up for the task with the hardware? At the moment I use Autodesk Inventor with Bootcamp for my own business, but in the first place I really don't like Windows, second I want to switch to a different cad vendor because Inventor is using the DirectX kernel, since DirectX is a Microsoft product, and we all know how buggy Windows is. So why should DirectX be any different? For me it isn't and Autodesk I feel is letting me down. So I am in the market for a new cad program, I like SolidWorks (I had a trial) but it is like al serious cad programs, Windows only. Also had a trial of Siemens NX they have a native OS X version but the interface is so inefficient and expensive that NX is not for me. I am willing to pay between 10 and 15K (in euro's) on a good mechanical cad program (OS X native) and I bed there are a lot more like me, of course not the students, so why isn't there any good cad for OS X? Am I not willing to pay enough?