Sorry if this should be in a software related section. I debated this in my head for about 10 minutes, and then realized I should be more productive with my time, so I figure here is as good a place as any to start. The SDR-H40 is not listed in Apple's iMovie '09 official camcorder compatibility list, but through a few searches (here, and on Apple's discussion forum) I have found some saying that it didn't work with iMovie, and others saying that it did just fine. The ones who claimed it worked seemed more reliable than those who claimed otherwise ("IT NOT WROK WIT IMOVIE!") so I am not too worried about it at this point. What I would like to know is if anyone personally has this camcorder and uses it with the new iMovie '09; and specifically whether or not it works with the new video stabilization feature? I'm by no means a professional, at anything, so this feature might benefit me greatly. You don't need to read this part, but me and my wife are getting one as a gift from her father, so I don't have too much say in the matter on which camcorder I get.. He is a gadget-guy and I trust him enough, but he is also a Windows-guy and in particular a Sony-guy. I explained to him that, "because of my inferior Mac" ( ) I would not prefer a Sony of any kind due to their love of proprietary-ness with hardware and software, and that the chances of one not being compatible with my Mac would be greater than one that wasn't (also because of their memory cards, the mini-disk crapcorders, so on). So, he had one other preference, a Panasonic. I already informed him that it would be a great purchase (we have no need for HD atm), but only have a few more days until he goes out and buys it (limited stock, end of life sale). He did the research on it in forums and read only good things, but I want to hear it for myself, from a "Mac-guy". Also, the only posts I found about this camera weren't much on detail, and weren't headlined as such, ("I need help deciding from 2 cameras..."), so I figured I'd ask; straight up. Thanks in advance for any replies, and your time. Hopefully someone out there with this camera is visiting here at the right time!