I'm a long time PC person excited to be switching to an iMac soon from a 4 year old Dell. I'm waiting for the rumored new iMacs and will probably get a 20" with 2 GB of RAM. I thought that in the meantime I'd try to get a few questions answered about software. I have older versions of Photoshop Elements (v. 2.0) and Flash (MX 2004) that have both the Mac (PowerPC) and PC versions on the installation CD. Will either of these install and run at all on a new Intel iMac using Rosetta, or will I have to upgrade the software to be able to use them? I don't want to upgrade Photoshop Elements until the new universal binary version is available. I only use Flash a handful of times per year, so I could just use my old PC when necessary (it will become my son's computer), but I use Photoshop Elements all the time for Web-related work and digital photography. If it runs, but slowly, I can deal w/ that as a temporary measure, since it's pretty slow on my 4 year old PC anyway. I know it's possible to install Win XP on a Mac, but would rather not have to muck up the new Mac w/a Microsoft product if I can avoid it. Also, what is the latest guesstimate on when Adobe might release a universal binary version of Photoshop Elements? Thanks in advance!