Bought Macbook Pro Unibody in Feb 2009, first mac ever, eyes opened computing wise. It's like i've been using an abacus until now. Mac>>>anything else. I do however make a lot of documents, that until my conversion to Mac fanboy was handled adequately with Word 2003 & 2007, and Excel 2003 & 2007 on Windows. Office for Mac 208 is however a steaming pile of fail. I hate it so much I boot up my ancient Windows computer to create the docs I need on Word & Excel 2007. Nothing too complex, tabled documents, contracts, agreements, simple calculated completion financial statements in excel, bills in excel. On Office for Mac 2008 the above is absolute torture. I almost feel like getting a pen and paper out and doing the thing myself would be quicker and easier. So, I want that Microsoft **** off my computer, and I want a mac replacement. Not interested in free alternatives like Open Office. What I need is a bona fide, polished, enterprise friendly (I need to produce flawless .doc and .xls files for work) mac app that is better than Office for Mac 2008. So, is iWork any good? Not really interested in any "vs Office 2008" discussion btw as I have already discounted it as an absolute abortion. I'm specifically interested in whether you think iWork is: a) any good? b) enterprise friendly? c) plays nicely with .doc and .xls? Any help very much appreciated!