I have hesitated the whole bootcamp thing because I did not want to reboot to get into Windows to find out that I have to reboot because I forgot something. Therefore, after Anders Tveit showed me his virtual world, I jumped on VirtualBox and took my Macbook with me. VirtualBox did not work with the CodeMeter dongle that Samplitude just have to have in its keyhole to get going.
Very well. There is no other reason than Samplitude and a few programming tools for the occasional MCU, for me to ever get into Windows nowadays so that was it for VirtualBox on my computer.
Then I installed VMware and everything was fine. VMware let me run Samplitude on Windows while checking email, skyping and surfing while programming Max/MSP tools for my Goldwasser on OS X. And performance seems to be good enough for me. Happy days until something comes up wrecking the horizon. Until then I enjoy my Samplitude and could not be less bothered. I really like this virtualization thing.