I'm in the process of "converting" my wife over to OS X, and so far I've been able to replace all her Windows software with OS X stuff - except for the most important program: MS Money. Yes, she can still run it via Fusion, but the extra hassle of having to start and suspend a virtual machine is an annoyance... She uses MS Money MOSTLY for a checkbook register. She also keeps accounts for the various credit cards, and tends to make temp accounts to transfer money into when she's saving for something. (The money is still actually in the checking account, but it appears to be elsewhere in the register...) What she DOESN'T use it for is investment type things - or at least not the types of investments that are dependent on stock markets, mutuals, etc... My first thought was Quicken, but the most recent version of Quicken for the Mac is Quicken 07 - still a PPC binary, and I'm reading many people posting about bugs with it (though I have to admit that I've not read any examples of bugs.. only people complaining that it's buggy...) It also appears that Quicken/Intuit is dropping the ball with their mac products... They announced "quicken financial life" almost a year ago, but not even Intuit customer service employees have a clue when (or if) it'll actually be released. ... and that's as far as I've gotten with my research. What I'm looking for... First and foremost, this has to be STABLE and supported software. I don't want to get her on some shareware program only to have the author lose interest in developing it (and fixing bugs) after a year or two. It should be easy to use, maintained by the author/publisher, etc. Other than acting as a register for multiple accounts (checking, savings, credit card, personal, loans), it should also support (at least for the checking accounts) being able to download account register information from the bank (download new transactions), and should have some mechanism by which I can import her MS Money data into it (probably via exported QIF files.) Some type of support for re-occuring bills would be nice (not automated bill pay, but more like a bill nag reminder when a bill should be coming up due...) Is there anything out there like this? Would Quicken 07 for Mac work okay for this type of use, or would I have issues with bugs?