I have Photoshop 7 for my job, but when my daughter also needed some sort of photo editing program I purchased Photoshop Elements 2 (this was a few weeks before 3 was released). I installed it, and was a bit disappointed to find that it ran under Classic. Well recently I was on her computer in a different account, and launched the program - and up it came in the typical OS X environment! I scratched my head, had her log in, she launched it - and it launched in Classic mode. Finally (after totally failing to figure out what was happening) I just happened to "Get info" on the app. In her account this showed a selected checkbox labelled "Run in Classic mode". I un-checked that, and now she can run it without Classic. So... what I don't understand is this: Since the program will run native in OS X, why the heck is the default to run it in Classic mode (at least under the account where it was installed)?