So here's the deal, I'm a recent switcher, and have been very happy so far. I did run into a problem a few weeks back that really upset me. It involves creating a Word document on Mac, and having it come up different when going to a PC. If I drag a picture directly from Safari into a Word document, all looks fine and dandy until I try to open it on a Windows machine, at which point it gives me a weird message about needing to download Quicktime on the machine, and that there is no support for TIFF files. Needless to say, the machine has the latest version of quicktime and Word. I can fix this problem if I drag to the desktop on the mac, and then into the document, this way it is in there as a JPEG as opposed to a funky Quicktime format. What really upset me was that this didn't come up in the compatability report, and I had no idea until I opened it on a Windows machine. I've seen the same exact thing happen with powerpoint. This is not a problem when using Firefox or IE. So my question is, is there anyway to get Safari or OSX to stop this funky dragging business. Also, why didn't it show up in the compatablility report, I mean, that really sucks. And finally, any other compatability issues that may show up that I may not know about. Thanks!