I'm a longtime Mac user, but I recently put a Mac on my desk at work. It's been a great experience so far (I don't know why I didn't do it sooner), but back when I used Windows it was very easy to connect remotely from my laptop when I was out of the office. I used to use Windows Remote Desktop Connection over a VPN and I still do to provide support for the PCs in the office. But I'd like a way to access my Mac and a few other Macs I've added to the building. I'm really resistant to use VNC - I use VNC for plenty of other applications at work, including providing support to users in multiple locations. It's great for support, but it's a little clunky compared to RDC. When I was logged into RDC, I felt like I was working right at the computer I was logged onto. VNC really has a 'remote' feel to it - especially over higher latency connections (for instance, I use a USB cell modem to work when I'm traveling). I'm looking for something that has much of the feel that RDC gave me, but to connect two Macs together. I could care less about using this for screen sharing/support, as I can use VNC for that. But I just want the best way to work off the Mac in my office when I'm on the road. I'm torn between Apple Remote Desktop and Timbuktu. Having used neither, I'm not sure which one would fit my needs better. Anyone have any experience or suggestions? Thanks!