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I vote Wine as a huge amount of effort has been put in recently to get rid of bugs whilst still adding huge numbers of features. It is very rare nowadays that I can't get a program to do anything on it, and a fair few work perfectly now. With the addition of the winecfg tool and different configurations for different programs, Wine has become fairly nice to use. Also, it integrates better than any emulator and allows Windows programs to be ported to Linux.
Wine cause it has none of the HAL and/or CPU emulation crap of anything else, and doesn't need WinDOS files like Win4Lin. Also did I mention cause it's really fast?
Plus i can play StarCraft in a window.
CX supports the accounting apps we need with our business quite well. They made the linux switch possible for us. What more can I say? (VMWare started us with the switch, but it was too resource hungry).