Okay, I don't want to rehash the InDesign QuarkXpress argument here. I need to use Quark in my daily job, and that will not change for the forseeable future. What I'm curious about is how this new version stacks up against 4.1? Most of us have upgraded to 6, at least if we're using OSX, but still remember the reliability of 4.1. OR at least, we all knew what workarounds were required to make it work. Quark is touting the transparency features and pdf creation, but honestly, I prefer creating transparencies in Photoshop. Pdf's have worked using a combination of Distiller and the Print menu, or the export pdf menu. What is compelling about this release, for the end user? Have they really improved the product, or just introduced a new round of bugs? Is this upgrade worth $249?