DirectSync worked well synchronizing document folders and Safari bookmarks between my two networked computers (Powermac G3 and iMac G5 on a local network). It didn't do that great with synchronizing mail boxes, though. It messed up my emails and deleted information (pictures, attachments, text) that could have been irretreivable were it not for a complete backup of my home folder that I had carried out just before giving DirectSync a try. The software has also a few quirks : you cannot delete synchronization tasks once you've set them up in the synchronization profile (although individual tasks can be unchecked so that they don't run, but it would be useful to be able to delete them altogether if that's what you want to do), and it's not possible to schedule automatic synchronization. Although this piece of sofware appears to have some serious flaws and some features shortcomings, I would still recommend it for documents and bookmarks synchronization. The author, however, has indicated to me that he was no longer working on DirectSync as he has moved on to other projects. He may get back to it some day and I would hope so, since I think DirectSync has the right approach. Just needs more testing and refinement.