I use a PC at work for basic Word documents and Lotus Notes, but I've owed and used Apples since 1979! With the coming of Lion and the prospect of losing Quicken 2007, I just decided to try out Parallels 6 for my Mac Pro. This is the coolest integration I've ever seen. Everything is seamless running in Coherence mode, and so far I have no troubles. I'm stunned that we get to have killer OSX machines and killer Windows 7 machines operating at the same time. But there's lots I don't understand. I followed the directions to use my existing Boot Camp installation. Now I have 2 virtual machines, one called Windows & and the other called Boot Camp. Why do I have 2, what's the difference between them, and are there reasons to use one over the other? FWIW, I've been using the Windows 7 VM, and I haven't even tried to launch the Boot Camp VM. When I bought Windows 7 Ultimate a while back I only bought the 32 bit version. Given that I have an '08 8-core 3.2ghz Mac Pro with 10GB on memory, what should I give Windows in terms of cores and memory? I only plan to use Windows to run Quicken and possibly some home automation software. No gaming. How do I share files? I want to create a backup of my Quicken 2007 for the Mac to import into whatever Quicken for Windows I end up getting. If I want to download Quicken for Windows, is there anything special I have to do, or does Parallels handle that for me? TIA!