I need to clarify a couple of things about Windows 7 x64. I just installed it through BootCamp 2.0 (I'm still on Leopard) on my early 2008 MBP. (My MBP's configuration is in my siggy). Before the Apple drivers installation, it warned me about some known incompatibilities of this version of Bootcamp with Win 7, but the installation of drivers went smoothly anyway. Anyways, I have had several programs reporting incompatibility with x64 system. For some I found a x64 version online, but for some I didn't. Now if a program happens to be incompatible with x64, can you simply right-click on its .exe file and go to Properties - Compatibility and select for example " Run Vista SP2 compatibility" and the issue is fixed? Or will it run slower this way (if at all)? Also, I installed Street Fighter 4 game. On the first launch everything seemed to run smoothly, except the game itself seemed like it was in sort of a slow motion. The fighters' movements (from walking, jumping to punching, kicking etc. was far from quick). Now I'm worried - could this happen to be some sort of incompatibility with x64 system? Can games in general be incompatible with 64-bit Windows? I'm still pondering on whether it would be a better idea to just get a x32 version and avoid any program or games incompatibility issues, or is there a workaround for x64 systems?? I will use BootCamp mostly for occasional gaming and watching PPStream (the latter usually through VMWare/Parallels).