Facts: Wife and I are using a Powermac G4, Dual 1.42 Since we use only this computer at home we do not have multiple login users We are PDA users I am using a Sony Clie NX70V and my wife uses a Palm m130. We were PC users before, so we always synchronized with Palm Desktop software. No problems. As soon as we switched to the Mac, we got rid of our PC and installed Palm Desktop Software for Mac 4.1 and synchronized with no problems. Then I found out about iSync, examined the mac applications Address Book and iCal, so I decided to go for iSync. I downloaded the iSync conduit for Palm and synchronized for the first time. It worked great. Then my next step was to buy a .Mac subscription and use the full power of iSync, (I was so excited!) The nightmare started when I found out that my wifes Palm m130 was not Synchronizing the date book, to do and address book neither with iSync or Palm Desktop. Later on I found out that when installing iSync, this program gets rid of the Palms date book, to do and address book conduits, placing them in Disabled conduits folder and replacing them with the iSync conduit. To solve the problem, I pulled the conduits from the Disabled conduits folder and placed them back into the Conduits folder, then I configured the Hotsync manager for my wife and she is synchronizing again, but now my Clié is not. iSync is so good, but seems not to support multiple Hotsync users, and if that is the case I will not buy .Mac (very sad). So, is it true that iSync cannot handle more than 1 palm? Second nightmare, I tried disabling iSync from my Clie, but even while disabled and using the old Palm conduits, my Clie will not sinchronize the Date Book, To Do and Address book, so I tried removing iSync, so we could go back to normal, but dragging the program to the trash did not removed the conduit, I stil cant sync. I called apple care and they told me to do a find and remove every single item that starts with iSync and I did, and it did not worked. Apple told me, we dont know how to deal with that, good luck!, so: How do I get rid of iSync? If it is not possible for my wife and I to sync with address book for Mac and iCal using iSync, then we are forced to go back to Palm Desktop Software, but we can not get rid of iSync!!! Please help anyone!