Tim 06 Jul 2008 I have discovered a MAJOR bug in Microsoft Intellipoint. The application (I'm using version 220.127.116.11, which is the latest), causes severe display problems of menus and windows, with windows and menus failing to paint (display) properly, in a variety of applications under Windows XP SP2 as well as XP SP3 (Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Service Pack 3). Also, the severity of the problems vary from application to application; among the worst affected are Adobe Soundbooth CS3, Adobe After Effects CS3, and Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. There are other side effects as well, such as various Windows OS windows, as well as icons such as user desktop icons, being repainted (redrawn or refreshed) seemingly at random and when entirely unnecessary. When I first encountered these problems, I thought surely it was a graphics driver compatibility issue with XP SP3, and that was after many hours of trying to track the issue down. Well, boys and girls, it turns out the problem is Microsoft's own Intellipoint. Killing the ipoint.exe application under Windows Tasks resolves all the display issues mentioned. I realize that this is not the right place to post this issue, but Microsoft is apparently too busy keeping busy to provide the average citizen an easy means of reporting any bug, let alone a serious one, that affects its software, and potentially millions of users! Maybe the Microsoft person who receives this will be kind enough to pass it along to the Windows OS developers and their Intellipoint developers so that they can fix this ASAP! Thanks.