Indeed, I'm very happy that DPG has finally put the time and investment in upgrading EQ to 64-bit. That means EQ has substantial room to grow technologically in the future, instead of being crippled by the limitations of 32-bit forever. I wish there was a way to convert some more not-so-old software that is severely hampered by 32-bit, single-threaded coding (e.g. Supreme Commander from 2007). I'm just trying to assuage the fears of some people who believe that upgrading to 64-bit Windows will somehow break their 32-bit programs. The fact is that 32-bit programs work fine (or even better) in 64-bit in the vast majority of cases, while exactly 0% of 64-bit programs will run if you stay on 32-bit, now including EQ in the near future. Everyone will be forced to move to 64-bit eventually, because hardware does not last forever. You can either do so now on your own terms when it is relatively painless to do so, or you can wait for your ancient system to suddenly keel over one day and risk losing everything at the most inopportune time.