Hello, I'm just another droplet in the flood of PC users attracted by the new Mac Mini. Although I might not have given it a second look had my Linux installation not chosen to hose itself two days ago. Linux is nice considering it's completely free, but this is Gentoo, so reinstalling it would be a month-long process and I decided I just didn't want to bother with it. Also, my PC is a 4U rack-mountable behemoth, so it could be a liability when I move out (possibly abroad) in a few years. Mac Mini is, needless to say, a big improvement in that regard. Anyway, I bought a copy of UT2k4 for my PC not long ago. It's pretty fun, and I'd like to be able to play it without having to buy it again. It seems to be a recent trend, in some games, to supply only the data files and have the executable be downloaded from the Internet; or at least make this a possibility. I believe this is what Steam does with HL2. Recently a friend of mine, er, acquired a pak0.pk3 file and one somewhat more legal download later had a fully working version of Quake III Arena for Windows. Gentoo Portage uses essentially the same process to install Q3A from my legitimitely purchased CD, and I had the impression this was also the case when I had it install UT2k4. So, I don't suppose that once I own a Mac Mini I would just be able to (legally) download an UT2k4 executable from somewhere, copy the data files from my PC discs, and be running the Mac version? If not, I'd like to know what games other then Q3A this is possible with; I might get some pleasant surprises (unlikely though, I don't buy that many games) and in future purchases I'd feel happier supporting a company that believes making the switch should be purely a hardware investment, not a software one.