Finally, Revit for Mac 2013. It doesn't have a ribbon, but who cares. It's so freakin' fast, especially with a solid state hard drive. The rendering engine is different too, but after you get used to it, it rocks! I think it uses Maya. You can even synchronize with a central file created by the Windows version.
It's still supposed to be a secret, but you need to know so you avoid wasting your budget on a PC when you know you want a Mac. More details to follow as I compare the menu items to the Windows version ribbon items. I just hope that Navisworks is in the pipeline too. I can't seem to find out if there will be some sort of Building Design Suite package, but you can crossgrade from a current version of AutoCAD or Revit Architecture Suite for $595.
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