Hello everyone, I thought I might as well join here, and to start off, make a post about a test I did with Medal of Honor: Allied Assault and Battlefield 1942. My computer is factory standard iMac Intel Core Duo 2.0Ghz, 512MB RAM, 128MB Video Ram. Remember that these games are running under Rosetta. Medal of Honor. To give it everything, I made it so the settings were cranked right up. Everything was on max from 32-bit colour to Complex Shadows. I ran it at 1024x768. Overall the game ran extremely well. Better than I was expecting. I started off with the Omaha Beach level, because this has distant graphics, and generally a lot happening. During this level, the game never dropped below 20fps (except when quick-saving). While most of this level ran at around 25-30fps, once I got into the hanger, with no distant graphics, things really started to fly. At one point, with no enemies running around, the game was up to 70fps. Of course, a UB of this game would make things absolutely amazing, however considering this is Rosetta, 70fps was pretty darn good. Battlefield 1942. Once again I cranked the settings right up and ran it at 1024x768. Unfortunately I did not have a FPS readout on this game, however I can try to describe it. With Battlefield, the maps were quite open, with a lot of distant detail etc. The game generally ran with some frame-skip now and then, however you generally stop noticing it after about 10 minutes. I would assume that the game probably ran between 15fps and 25 fps, most of the time, only occasionally dropping below that. Not as good as MOH:AA, but that is to be expected. Anyway, these games are both pretty old now, but still not old enough for them both to run perfect on an intel mac. I also decided to run Doom 3 under Rosetta on limited grahic settings... I was surprised that it was playable, but I will definitely wait for the UB version.