With this new release I've fixed a bunch of things in Web Service and the main library that powers all of the clients. In addition I'm tracking a bit more information like the platform and benchmark version (thinking more down the road when specific versions are going to change in the logic in the actual algorithm). Also this release marks the first release of the GUI Mac OS X 10.6 (and later) client. [caption id="attachment_848" align="aligncenter" width="565" caption="jcBENCH on Mac OS X"][/caption] You'll need GTK 2.12 or newer and Mono 2.10.8 or newer to run it. Being my first Mac OS X application ever outside of iOS development, I can without a doubt say I cannot stand development on anything Apple. KVC has got to be the most bloated way of doing things I have ever seen. I am so glad I do not have to do native Mac OS X applications for a living. That being said though, I think it turned out pretty well in matching the WPF version.