Ok, first of all, I really don't like the idea of a 'subscription'. I'm very much of the opinion I buy the software, it's my damn software. That said, I've been using VirtualBox for a very long time, due to storing my VDIs on external thuderbolt/USB3 drives, and being able to transport my main Development System between multiple systems. That said, I'm heavily considering giving Parallels a try, since I'm now storing my source code in my private Gitlab instance, and VirtualBox is just slow as molasses on Mac. I've already converted my Linux machines to using KVM/QEMU, and now that I've used something other than VBox, I'm much more aware of just how slow VBox really is. The questions: What the hell are the differences between the Home and Pro versions? Parallels site gives me all kinds of information saying that "Oh, Pro supports up to 16 processors!" but never mentions what Home supports. Does anyone know what the limitations to the Home buy-it-once version are for Parallels for the Mac? *edit* Oh, and before anyone says it, yes, I already have Boot Camp on my mac pro. But sometimes I don't feel like restarting the system just to make a quick code change. I vastly prefer having Windows in a virtualized environment for convenience's sake. Thanks!