I am getting closer day by day to making the switch to Mac. In a previous thread I asked if I should get an imac and macbook or just a macbook pro. Thanks to the many responses, I have decided on a macbook and a 22" external monitor. Have to pull the trigger after Christmas cause all I asked for was Apple gift cards! Anywho, I plan on going (almost) 100% Apple - iwork instead of MS Office; ical/mail/adress book instead of Outlook. The only application I am unsure about is Microsoft Money - which I use prety much as a checkbook register for several bank accounts. For the Mac, Quicken seems like my only real option. I haven't been able to get a straight answer on IF my data (7 years worth) can be converted to Quicken for Mac. I know it can be converted to Quicken for Windows, then to Quicken for Mac, but I believe this would require purchasing both QfW and QfM ($60 each). Even then, there is a strong possibility that all the data wouldn't convert, or that I would be left with very basic data - 8 character limit on payee, payor, accounts, category names, etc. Another option would be to buy a copy of VM Fusion ($80) and continue to run MS Money as is - without losing any data. I know Boot Camp would accomplish this for free, but don't want to re-boot every time I need to open Money. I have original, purchased copies of Money and WinXP already. Comments? Suggestions? Thanks!