Does Slysoft have any plans to offer versions of their software for Linux and Mac systems in the near future? Considering many users' dissatisfaction with Windows Vista and Microsoft's general attitude, I think more and more users will be seeking other options over the next few years (with the probable exception of hardcore gamers). In addition to Windows XP (which I actually like), I currently use a couple of different distributions of Linux (SimplyMEPIS and Debian) on my desktops, and I use Mac OS X on a laptop. I certainly don't plan to pay $400.00 for Windows Vista Ultimate, especially not with all of its limitations. From what I've seen of Any DVD and Clone DVD during my trial period, I'm very impressed, and I intend to buy the whole suite for Windows XP (I love the cute graphics with the sheep eating popcorn). However, as I move away from Windows, I'll need non-Windows applications, be they proprietary or open source, and I don't mind paying a reasonable price for proprietary software that actually works. I realize that Slysoft and other companies have to make their decisions based on the cost effectiveness of retooling their programs for other operating systems, but I think it would be a worthy investment in the future on Slysoft's part. There's a relatively small, but devoted, consumer base for Linux and Mac, which is going to grow as Microsoft continues to make all of the wrong moves. Anyway, that's my two cents.