the newest version of the windows media player (which now apparently handles .mov files) and the preferences automatically overrode the QT player for .mov. What I noticed when I tried to see my own QTVR site on his windows machine (through Internet Explorer) was a very different controler bar (NOT QTVR or plain Quicktime) playing what looked to something that resembled playing a TILE movie. Individual thin frames played sideways in sequence once through then stopping. Then after about 15- 20 seconds (over a T-1 line) the low resolution preview pict file (I assume from the streaming preview) opened sideways over the browser. This distressed me very much since he has quicktime 3.01 on his machine and I

easily change the preferences, BUT you have to do it to override the defaults.