Short note about my experiences running Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on my early 2008 Mac Pro. I'm using Bootcamp + Windows 7 ultimate, 32-bit, on a 10,000 rpm Velociraptor drive. I'm using the Snow Leopard drivers that came with Bootcamp. Even though the Snow Leopard bootcamp drivers are designated as XP and Vista only, they have worked well enough with Windows 7. I've had only one problem, with my microphone. More about that below. Here are the Mac specs: Video: Booted up into Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit (I have around 80 gig for the partition). Did all the Windows updates. Downloaded the game from Steam while using Internet Explorer 8 (which you also need to log into to play online for multiplayer). Install was really simple. No problems. (IE8 is a crappy browser, use Chrome or Safari for regular surfing in Windoze.) Most of the time, game played great. Smooth graphics, no glitches or bugs, worked pretty flawlessly the first time I started the game and every time since then. I expected a lot more problems, but had almost none. Once in the game I boosted the game resolution up to 1920 x 1200, turned up most of the effects/settings (except the aliasing), and played around. Worked pretty well in both single-player and online multiplayer. Good graphics, no problems or crashes. My NEC monitor is a pretty good IPS panel, so the game really does look good from all angles. Now there have been some slowdowns in multiplayer once in a while. I'm unsure if that's the graphics being a bit too high for the 8800 GT, or if it's a crappy host. Usually the game runs really well, slowdowns are rare -- but noticeable when they happen. I tend to think it's a crappy host, i.e. someone with insufficient bandwidth to host the game, or their running lots of torrents etc. while hosting. Bottom line, if you want to play the game, go for it. It's working fine with this setup. The one downside is the microphone. I have a pro mic plugged into the "line in" jack on the back of the Pro. You can barely hear me speak. The settings are correct -- I think it's the Bootcamp Vista drivers that aren't playing well with Windows 7. Even in Windows Sound Recorder I can't hear myself through the mic. Hoping Apple gets the Windows 7 Bootcamp drivers to us quick. If I have time later I'll edit the post and post some screenshots, if I figure out how to do it in Windoze (much easier in OS X).