I'm considering purchasing VMware Fusion 4 because I am tired of using Boot Camp. I have questions regarding it so if anyone can please clarify on them I would greatly appreciate it! These are what I see so far... VMware: Benefits - one license lets you run it on multiple computers. - can use Boot Camp partition as a VM. Lets you access Windows within OSX and lets you leave it and reboot into Windows like Boot Camp. - Cost $50 for a limited time (end of 2011) VMware: Cons - Everything needs to be reactivated when loading Boot Camp after using it in VMware; this occurs only once. VMware: Questions - Can I run specific apps from Windows in OSX without needing to start up the VM? - When in full-screen mode, are resources being used differently than if in different modes? - Is Unity view similar to Parallel's way of running individual apps from Windows in OSX? - Will I get any of those markings on the all my icons like Parallels does? - There is full screen mode, one window mode, and Unity mode. Is Boot Camp still an option with this? - I am using a 2010 MBP with a 2.66 Core 2 Duo and 8GB of RAM, what would be the best way of splitting the resources to ensure smoothest operation in both OSes? - After I exit running VMware, will my resource all be allocated back to Mac? - Since Windows applications can be on Launchpad, does that mean they will also be in the Applications folder? - If I migrate my Boot Camp into VMware, will it no longer be accessible as a Boot Camp option? - How is uninstallation of VMware? Does it leave anything behind? - I have 8GB RAM total, when I run VMware inside OS X, I will split the RAM in half. Would I then need to install Windows 32-bit since I am using 4GB RAM for Windows? I already have Windows 64-bit installed though. Thank you!