Hi, all. I'm new to Mac, new to these forums (first post) and new to genealogy research. I'm planning to purchase either Family Tree Maker for Mac or Reunion. I've been scouring these forums and the internet at large for comparisons and/or reviews, but I'm not finding much that is recent enough to include in-depth info on FTM for Mac (released in November, I think?). My impressions thus far... Reunion: Long established among Mac users, "mature", powerful, good support/community, ability to handle complexity of modern family configurations, kind of a "blah" not very appealing user interface, not linked with any outside resources. FTM: Designed originally for PC and may or may not have been actually rebuilt for Mac OS, appealing interface, linked to Ancestry.com (may be a pro or a con, depending on who you ask), seems to be as yet largely untested as Mac version but well-liked by many using PC version. My head is spinning. I would LOVE any feedback on either or both of these options, and especially on FTM for Mac (since that's where I'm finding the scarcity of info). Thank you in advance, wise ones.