Hey all. I'm a switcher who just got his brand spankin' new PowerBook this Monday and I have to say I LOVE it. It's admittedly not as snappy as WinXP, but it more than makes up for that with its elegance, stability, and usability. However, being a switcher and all, it's been absolutely necessary for me to use MS Office, since all my past schoolwork is on that. Until I can scrounge up the money to get a Mac version, however, I've been using the MS Office TestDrive that came preinstalled. The only problem is that it's really really really slow. Okay, I exaggerate, it's actually not all that slow, usually, but whenever Word has to do some kind of AutoFormat or AutoCorrect function (i.e., automatically creating lists or stuff), the entire computer grinds to a halt for about 3 seconds. This gets incredibly annoying when I'm in class. Has MS issued a patch or anything to correct this issue? Does anyone else have any problems like this that they've figured a way to work around? I'm assuming MS won't let me upgrade the TestDrive version, but I'd just like to know if I'll still have to deal with this after dishing out the $99 or so for the Office Student/Teacher version. It probably won't affect my buying decision, since there's really no viable alternative to MS Office for the Mac right now, but I'd like to know nonetheless. Thanks for all the help!