Family Tree Maker for Macintosh is now available, but it won't be cheap. Prices are running from $52.46 into the $80.00 range (much more expensive than FTM for PC). I have switched from PC to MAC and will be reviewing this program shortly, mainly to speak of the difference from the FTM 2010 PC version. I am getting used to the Macintosh and like its speed and style.
Update: I loaded FTM on my MAC last light and have had troubles getting my whole file (including media) to transfer form my PC to the MAC FTM. The new MAC program comes with a converter and it states you can convert your PC FTM files to MAC (including media). Of course it has to be FTM 2010 or later version (which I have). I was able to transfer a GEDCOM file, but not my media. I have tried on several different computers and the converter that comes with the FTM for MAC fails every time. I will be transferring media to at least a hundred individuals ones by one. The program itself is very similar to FTM for the PC and you should not be able to tell much of a difference. I think the transfer of files will be the most difficult, especially the media. GEDCOM is easy to transfer, but FTM files might give you problems.
Overall, I like FTM Mac 2011. It is very similar to the 2010 PC version and I believe it outperforms its Mac rival Reunion. If you have a desire to make a book, post reports to the web, or link up with ancestry.com, this is the way to go.
Rating: 4/5 Stars (lost a star for faulty converter)