One specific consequence of the confusion in the PC market appears clear: users are moving to Microsoft Windows in droves. It provides many of the apparent benefits of OS/2 and the Macintosh at a low marginal cost. We've been caught without an AutoCAD for Windows, and we should remedy this omission as soon as possible. My understanding is that no technical barrier prevents us from immediately starting a Windows port with the intent of shipping a Release 11 Windows version within the next 12 months. The Windows AutoCAD would run in 80386 protected mode under Windows, as Mathematica presently does, and would have performance comparable to that of AutoCAD 386.