I would, but I'm working with masm for a class. As for where I'm at right now, I am trying some various masm IDE's under wine, trying to get a feel for each. Hopefully I can move away from Visual Studio soon. I still need to verify that the assemblers work, but in theory they should. Masm is Microsoft's assembler for the pentium architecture, and my machine is running that, so I should be good to go.