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I am liking Parallels more than VM right now, but Boot Camp is compelling.

VM Ware does not support Vista. Reading the specs, it sounds like version 1.0 will be pretty basic. Fusion only support DX 8.1 video.

For demanding apps, I would rather have Boot Camp. It is full blown Windows w/o compromises. Besides The $99 for Parallels will be better put towards Leopard.
 

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I am liking Parallels more than VM right now, but Boot Camp is compelling.

VM Ware does not support Vista. Reading the specs, it sounds like version 1.0 will be pretty basic. Fusion only support DX 8.1 video.

For demanding apps, I would rather have Boot Camp. It is full blown Windows w/o compromises. Besides The $99 for Parallels will be better put towards Leopard.
Ah, thanks for the insight. I currently use Boot Camp for personal stuff but find myself needed a VM for previously stated reasons.
 

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As a serious virtual machine user I use Parallels right now. Parallels exceeds in its integration with OSX. I have extensively used VMWare in the past its strong suite is in virtual machine portability.
 
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