I had posted a similar thread dealing with this subject already, however I think it got buried under the tidal wave that was the Boot Camp announcement. Since no one saw it, I thought I would bring it up again. Basically, to summarize my earlier thread, my brother works for Faronics, a company which develops utilities for security and control of multi-user computing environments. (They target schools, government, healthcare organizations, libraries, etc.) One of their main programs which was just reviewed by MacWorld is Deep Freeze. Anyway, my brother actually just took on a new position - Product Manager for their Mac development shop! He's very excited to be working on the Mac side of things, being an avid Mac user himself, and asked me the other day if I had any ideas for enhancements they could make to their existing Mac offerings, or any new solutions they could develop which play in the security, system control, etc. space. So, I thought what better way to get some quality ideas than ask my fellow colleagues here on MacRumors for their input! If you have any ideas of programs of this nature which you would like to see or that you think would be cool, please share your thoughts with me - I'd really appreciate it. Or, perhaps there are freeware applications out there which you use for similar functions, but would like to see more professional, robust, feature-rich versions of. Just let me know and I'll pass along any feedback to my brother. Thanks in advance for any comments/suggestions you may have. It's great being part of a community like MacRumors which has such a wide knowledge base to draw on, and I think in a situation like this it's great, because your suggestions, requests, etc. can get passed on to someone who can listen and potentially act on them.