Anyone using their Mac to run Windows 80% of the time or more? If yes, is there anything wrong with that? I'm sort of forced to go back to Windows in a way, and I do NOT want to do it, but here's my situation... I started with Mac's about a year ago, I love everything about them, hardware and software. I use AutoCad Software to make a living, it's time now for me to start a new project. Like most people I have a really busy schedule and during the past year I did not devote enough time to learn CAD software for the Mac, now that I'm starting a new Project I really have no time to endure a learning curve change in software. I have VM Fusion running on my one '09 MBP and Bootcamp on my other late 08 MBP. What I don't like about Fusion is that I don't have enough resources, the machine works too hard, fans blowing and hot. On my other machine using Bootcamp it's all good, Windows runs okay. But of course to go to the Mac side I have to reboot. I don't really like switching between OS's and juggling files between the two. First and foremost I love the Mac Hardware and with Windows7 on the horizon I may simplify things completely and run only Win7 via Bootcamp on both machines, then all files are in one place, no switching back and forth... I almost feel bad or guilty for writing this, but for my needs I see it as a fast and simple solution. Ah, I'm still so undecided. Thanks for any advice.