Before I drop alot of money on this in my organization, I want to make absolute sure it will be what we need. I've been using it by myself on my installation on my desktop and it runs really good and I'm impressed with the features, mainly the contact management. Currently we have a public folder contact system that is difficult to maintain (7000+ contacts), and using BCM seems like it will streamline the process a little easier by using Accounts and categories the way it does. I also like the way you can create oppurtunies and follow up on them. The project management is exactly what I've been looking for as well. First of all, I'll want to install the BCM database on my production SQL server and point everyone to the location of it when BCM is installed. I didnt' have any doubts about this until I read somewhere that BCM is usually meant for individual use and everyone has their own database locally, this wouldn't work for us. Is it true? I think they were talking about BCM 2003 at the time though. Next I notice that if you look at an account, and go to the History window, it shows ALL emails, tasks, projects, notes, etc... every made for the account. Does this show up for all users, or do they only see the communication objects they created? Is there a way to specify who can see what based on account? How detailed is the security? That's my main question I'm not sure about. Thanks!