Well-known fact, at least to me. Microsoft were onboard on the Macintosh from Day 1 with native versions of what would eventually become Office; this continued throughout the rather unfortunate succession of post-Jobs Apple CEOs in the 1990s. I think it's safe to say that if not for Microsoft, the Macintosh would have become extinct as a non-serious computer appliance. ClarisWorks and later AppleWorks (the somewhat in-house, somewhat not) productivity suite was a poor substitute for Office.BTW, little known fact to all you millennials... some of the best software Microsoft ever crafted were the apps it wrote for the early Macintosh computers.
Yeah, I'd much rather fly low and slow and check out the scenery than simulate a tubeliner. The videos they've shown are amazing.There is a lot of excitement about it. I would love to see it come together nicely and be a success. I don't think any of us want to simulate our work, but it can sure be fun to fly around and look at the scenery with this level of quality.