Hey everyone. So, let me first start out by saying that I've been a Windows purist for a long time. I was a big PC gamer in high school and was staunchly anti-Mac. However, I'm out of college and my computer needs have changed. I need a computer for music, movies, photos, documents, and internet and I need something that has outstanding battery life. After doing crazy amounts of research, I'm seriously leaning towards a 13" Macbook Pro. Here's my one problem: When it come to music, I'm all about my Microsoft Zune. I absolutely love the software and hardware and don't plan on crossing over to iTunes or iPod anytime soon. Obviously, this is an issue. I've heard that this can be solved via VMWare, but I've also heard about Parallels and VirtualMachine. So the question is: which would be better for me? I don't want to have to reboot my computer in order to access my Zune software and music files. Also, in addition to these programs, do I have to purchase and install Windows XP seperately or does it come with the programs? I would only need Windows for my Zune, so I want the virtualization program that will be the fastest, most seamless, and have the least burden on my hard drive. Thanks!