I simply love my macs. Lovely computers that is. Their only shortcoming is gaming.
Do not get me wrong, there are good indy games and a few big titles on mac too, but not as many as windows.
So BootCamp is a much needed thing.
But one thing this is NOT is emulated. Boot camp is a way to fool the windows install program to think it has the computer all to it self, when it does not. All the rest is native however. That is why it is so important to use BC when having a powerful mac. At least if you like computer games.
And yes, all mac owners with big enough harddrive, knowhow and enjoyment of computer games (wheras mostly on the windows platform) use BootCamp. You get a dual boot Mac. Both nativly on the same hardware but on different harddrive partitions.
Actually it is part of Mac OSX Leopard and all you need is a windows install CD and you are set to go.
I have yet to try UT via vmWare Fusion though. When I do I'll tell you how it went
Regarding wide screen:
The screen on the new iMac is ..wow..I have no word for it
I have my old 19" beside the mac and it is like night and day. Like Volvo and Ferrari. Both cars but entire different ball games.
The reason of going mac was avoidance of Windows Vista. Besides the Mac had something that drew me. Not since my Amiga days have I experienced such joy in using a computer. I do not like the frase but: Awsome!
Regards running TU under emulation, that's very interesting - thanks for that test. Is Bootcamp a common app? Is it something most apple gamers would also have installed?