Hello all, first off I am a long time Apple owner, we use all Apple products at home, and wouldn't change a thing. My questions are basically about the compatibly with Windows workstations at my office. I have to pickup a new laptop for work so I can work on the road and from home. My boss is is highly recommending a Windows laptop since we are all Windows 7 and newer at the office, windows server and outlook mail, but being from a long Apple background, I would love to just update my 2009 MBP since I know the reliability and Apple's customer service. I have some questions that hopefully someone can answer for me today since I have to go tonight and buy a laptop so I can stop staying at the office late and having to run randomly on Saturdays. A couple questions... - Am I able to remote into my Windows 7 Pro PC and access everything as if I am sitting in my office? Will I have any issues going into our server, shared hard drives, or anything at all? This is what I will be doing a lot from the laptop, and I want to be 100% sure it will be seamless and have no issues. How hard is this type of thing to get setup? - Second, with the new Microsoft office, will I have any compatibility issues with spreadsheets, power-points, or anything else Microsoft Office related? Meaning will I be able to create/edit office documents and send back and forth to my fellow employees/clients with no issues? Same with PDF's? (I am sure there is an Mac OS app that handles PDF editing). - Lastly, we use Outlook in the office, is there a client I will be able to use on the Mac that will be in sync with my Outlook on my office PC, most importantly calendars and contacts and all the folders I have setup? Sorry for the basic questions, but the iMac, MB, MBP, iPad, etc I use at home, I do NOT "work" on it (so no Microsoft office or any other email except web based), until now I kept work and home separate, which is why I want a dedicated laptop for "work." I just want to make sure if I end up with a new 13" MBP tonight, I will not have ANY issues. I really do not want to hear my boss say "I told you so, should have bought a Windows machine." Anyone out there use their Mac seamlessly with a Windows PC (specifically remoting in)? Thanks in advance!