Yesterday a voice conference call quickly became a three of five person video conference, with two parties on Mac Books remaining an active part of the call in voice mode only. And, this is only beta.
Five of us were in the call, and for the most part, the call went as planned. As one speaker became active their "box" lit up. I could move between them, and at the same time maintain chat sessions with them and others. No part of the usual Skype experience (on a PC) seemed lacking, though I couldn't locate the technical call information, but being I was more interested in the discussion, than the call itself, as it should be, the more impressed I became. Now, I rarely use my Windows PC but one reason I do is to stay constant on what the Skype experience is for the 85% of the PC public vs. the Mac users who are by nature more early adoptive.
So here's the net net. Only in Beta, the Skype video experience easily matches, and beats the SightSpeed Business experience the last time I tried it, with only the video quality edge going to SightSpeed. And, as far as ooVoo goes, based on what I've ever seen of it, well, Skype's own dog food made their finished product, um... puppy chow.