I've been using a PC for about thirty years now, and a Mac for only a couple of months. I can create web sites from scratch, or at least I think I still remember how to do that, but it's been awhile since I have felt like spending my time in the creation of a site, opting to concentrate on content. I have several web design options for a PC, NetObjects Fusion and Dreamweaver being the ones that I use the most; in that order because I like the simplicity of NOF, although I sometimes use Dreamweaver to clean up some of the code problems inherent in NetObjects Fusion. Rather than installing Windows on my Mac, which I know that I could do, I would rather use Mac applications. I've looked at a few different Mac web editors, and have purchased RapidWeaver, but haven't worked with it enough to have an opinion on it yet. Create, by Stone Design, also looks very good. I'm interested in hearing the opinions of those of you who have tried different Mac web editors, particularly someone who has made the transition from a PC. I am looking for something, like NOF, which will allow me to very quickly put a working site together but which will also give me control over the site styles so that I am not saddled forever by someone else's site design. For example, NetObjects Fusion uses site styles, most of which aren't that great out of the box, but it's reasonably easy to create your own site styles, or tweak another style to achieve the desired effect. Most of the web editors that I have looked at seem to be focused on photo display sites. While I use images on my sites, displaying photographs is seldom the chief focus of the site. Anyhow, I'd like to hear your opinions.