I hate Eclipse. I hate everything about it. I remember when I was foolish and thought that something that could be extended to handle EVERYTHING was a great idea. Now I see the light. I love NetBeans, but that’s because it still hasn’t been corrupted by a plugin infestation like Eclipse. Now if you download the base Java Eclipse install, you have no problems. But I dare you install about 10 plugins and see if you still have an even partially working IDE. Better yet why don’t you try something even better. Why don’t you try IBM Websphere/ IBM Rational Web Developer (who knows what they are calling it nowadays). It takes every part of eclipse that does work, and breaks it. Then it adds in all kinds of other (broken) proprietary stuff, and before you know it you have an IDE that types your text backwards, replaces all your file extensions with double the last letter (for instance .gif becomes .giff EVERYWHERE), and if your lucky it might even give you even harder errors to find, such as having the debugger and the server looking at different versions of the source files, or the server loosing your source files entirely. I know there are people who are working hard at IBM to make this stuff work. But I’m sorry, it just doesn’t. Not only does it not work. It is by far the worst software I have ever used in my entire life. BTW all the errors I mentioned earlier (text typing backwards, etc. ) have happened to me personally, on multiple occasions. I really think sun has done it right with NetBeans. Its still young and fresh, and everything still works. If Sun is smart, they will try to stop NetBeans from becoming another Eclipse, and if they don’t, well I’ll just switch to a good old text editor I suppose. Then Maybe I can stop debugging my IDE and get back to debugging my code. Ah…if only.