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Having said that, it takes a little time to get used to what's different about it (but it would also take you a little while to get used to Vista or the newest version of Windows if you bought a PC), and I would recommend getting a book like Switching to the Mac by David Pogue which helped me not only understand the differences and find out about some of the cool features of a Mac but also change some things that annoyed me so they are more PC-like (e.g., moving the down arrow for the scroll bar to t the top of the screen and the up arrow at the bottom of the screen as they are on the PC). I also, but this may be more advanced than what you want to do, and again I needed my brother-in-law's help, installed a program called VMWare that allows me to have a "virtual PC" on my Mac so I can run a couple of programs that are available for Windows but not for Mac.
Yes it was very confusing the first week or so trying to find the Mac-PC conversions, but I don't regret it for a minute. Not only that, but find a friend with a Mac; in my experience, they are all too willing to teach you all the cool things you can do and will expound (at length) on the virtues on a Mac over a PC.
As for VMware, you could do that, or you could use Bootcamp. Bootcamp allows you to create a partition (non-invasive and very safe, no reformatting needed...unlike a PC) to run either XP w/ service pack 2 or Vista on it (free with iLife). I do highly recommend getting iWorks as well.
I figure a couple of months of waiting will be worth it.
But tell me what is iWorks??