PDAntic.com has published a review of two tools for synchronizing Macintosh computers and Pocket PCs. Steve Sande's article "Macintosh to Pocket PC Sync Tools" describes two Mac packages that can make connecting a Pocket PC and Mac an easy task: 118841 PocketMac Pro 3.0 and 84190 The Missing Sync for Pocket PC:
"Either one of these products will do the trick for you if you want to use a Pocket PC with a Mac. I felt both of the programs had features that I liked. It's too bad that there isn't a way to combine the best features of both The Missing Sync and PocketMac Pro!
Both packages are well-designed and have very detailed PDF user manuals. Both of the applications also "look and feel" like Macintosh OS X programs and work well with the operating system and other Mac apps. And both are very reasonably priced.
The Missing Sync's leisurely synchronization (or shall we call it iSync's slowness?) was the major drawback that I saw with the Mark/Space product. PocketMac Pro 3.0's dirty uninstall was its major problem, but that wouldn't be an issue unless you decided to switch to The Missing Sync at some point."