Ok, so I'm not sure if you've seen them, but there is a comedy series called, "You suck at photoshop". You can watch them here: http://www.mydamnchannel.com/channel.aspx?episode=379 While the child in me was busy laughing at the disturbed humor, the nerd in me was really interested in just how awesome the screencast was. It was great quality... whenever he typed something or used some key commands, they showed up in the corner, and when he wanted you to focus on a part of the screen, it would zoom into the mouse smoothly. There are three pieces of the puzzle, and I've managed to figure out only 2: 1. Screen recording --He uses Snapz Pro 2. Showing what keys/commands are being pressed in the top corner --He uses a freeware program called KeyCastr 3. Zooming in on the mouse smoothly So #3 is the only thing I don't know. I thought maybe he was using the built-in mac-zooming feature, but he does it too cleanly, smoothly, and identical for it to be him scrolling his mouse wheel or something. Plus, he seems to zoom in mid-command, or mid-mouse movement. It just feels like he is using some sort of hot-key, but I can't figure it out. Any help would be great =). Thanks.