Hello all, as the title states, I have purchased Sonic Adventure DX to try and re-live some old memories. As I could not find any legal ports of the game to OS X, I opted for buying the Windows version (game disc) on Amazon. Before it gets here, I would like to find out the best way to play this game with my Macintosh's current setup. After some searching, I have found that these are the Windows spec requirements for gameplay: OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP Processor: Pentium III 600MHz Processor RAM: 128MB Graphics: 16MB Direct3D compatible Video Card Hard Disk space: 700MB Sound Card: DirectX compatible Sound Card Media drive: 12X CD-ROM Drive Other: DirectX 9.0z, Windows Media Player 9 Input devices: Keyboard, Mouse The specs of my Macintosh (they obviously meet and exceed game requirements): OS: Mac OS Lion Processor: 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo RAM: 8GB Graphics Card: 256MB nVidia 320m Hard Drive space available: Around 25GB Media Drive: CD/DVD/DL-DVD/etc Other: None of the mentioned in requirements Input devices: I have Apple USB keyboards and mice as well as other Apple Bluetooth keyboards and mice. My questions: Should I load my Windows OS in a virtual machine, or a bootcamp partition (remember I only have 25GB of hard drive space left)? Should I load XP or Windows 7? Could anyone recommend a particular USB controller to use with this game (and others)? Perhaps one you've used with the game yourself or other games. Preferably a controller compatible with Windows and OS X Games, as I am increasing interest in computer gaming.