I've been reading about Photoshop CS2 on the Digital Camera Reviews forum, where a beta-tester has been posting, and he says that CS2 (which Adobe has announced for May) will only allow you to use it on one machine at a time. That is, you can load it both onto your desktop and your laptop, but you must ping Adobe on-line to deactivate one before you can activate the other -- and do this each time you switch. I have two copies of CS now, one for PCs and one for Macs (I'm shifting to Mac) and frankly, I've already sent too much money to Adobe over the years, and I won't do this. It would essentially require me to buy two programs, because there's no way that I'm going to be able to always coordinate one program downtown, 20 miles from my house, with the laptop in my car. If I'm working at night in the office, and then the next morning, get up and decide to go ramble around the countryside, I have to drive downtown first to deactivate the desktop so I can use the laptop in the field? Nope. Won't do it. Adobe needs to find another way, or I will.