Beware of converting from the PC version. The Mac 2004 version happily imports your data, but then silently chops fields that it decides are now too long. (Intuit developers apparently have no communication, data structure planning, etc... I think they like it that way.)
It gets worse... when I tried to export to a PC version to send to my accountant, the export goes smoothly, but my accountant cannot open the file. No useful feedback, just no go.
So I call Intuit, and after almost an hour talking to a tech guy, they reveal that there is another field length related issue, that can only be solved by shortening text wherever it is too long. I am a very light user (one credit card, two bank accounts, a dozen invoices a year) and there are way too many places to fix, and no way to find them.
The best Intuit could do is grace me with the offer to let me pay them for "data services" which is some mystery group that fixes data filles. Unfortunately, they never contacted me to pick up the data file like they promise... and after waiting 10 minutes while the tech filled out some mystery form to send to the mystery group.
I am going to try 2005 to see if the export is fixed, but I doubt there's any way to salvage all the missing data in my chopped field.
Note: don't try to order version 2005 from Intuit's web site... I filled out all the forms, looked at the "cart" field which said 1 item, pressed "Continue", and then the next screen says I have 0 items! Argggghhh!