MacIntels - what about old software Non-universal binaries such as drivers, plug ins and such. I am interested to see if they will make drivers for my Wacom intuos which I am going to spill 320 bucks Canadian on. or my new Epson R200 printer which is not as important. Simple things, but a huge hit on the wallet. buying office x or Photoshop cs2 which I believe is non Altivec based could it possibly rum well on Rosetta? or maybe the company will offer an update or special pricing on the universal binary software to previous owners. This is all just running through my head as I prepare to buy all the stuff for school and dont want my investments to be dust in the wind . What do you guys think? Have you any concerns about expensive equipment you own being unsupported?