Well, using my iPhone and iPad have finally convinced me to ditch the Dell and buy a MacBook Pro. However, there are still programs that I will need Windows to run. Is booting up Windows with bootcamp still the best way? Or are these virtualization programs like Parallels and Fusion the way to do it. I plan on putting 8gb of memory in it. How fast will Windows run if I'd go the Fusion route? Will it be noticeably slower? I would probably only use Windows for Outlook, ACT! (contact management), and maybe the office 2010 suite since I won't have to purchase it again. So, would Fusion be able to handle these things without much change in speed? Or would the better option be to just boot up with Windows?