So, I use a Mac. I use MacOS X because most of my work is done within OS X's Unix environment. I decided for kicks to install Virtual PC with Windows 2000 Pro so I could try out DVDProfiler. I install VPC and Windows, no problem. Since I worry about security for a living (thus, the absence of any windows machines) I decided I better run what Microsoft calls "Windows Update." This apparently opens a webpage at Microsoft which examines your OS and tells you what updates you need. Windows Update tells me: "There are 26 Critical updates for your system." 26??!?!?! CRITICAL??? OK, fine. I click install. The obligatory license agreement pops up and another window in front telling me some script has failed and do I wish to continue. I say Yes. The License Agreement is back with the AGREE button GRAYED out. I go down the list and every single update reacts the same way. Fine, I'll just use an insecure and buggy version of Windows for the time being. I download DVDProfiler. I am then STUNNED to find out that Microsoft STILL in 2002 has not put support for decoding a .zip file as part of the OS!!! Thats how it was in 1995 - I would figure they'd change it. But, alas, this is where the beauty of the Mac comes in. I simply drag the DVDProfiler zip file right out of the Windows window and onto my desktop where the Mac IS able to decode the Zip file. I drag the folder back to Windows and move on. BTW, the MacOS X Software Update works flawlessly.