Well, hey, "Z^n - 1" is so boring when you can use "Z^a - b" where "a" and "b" are complex numbers! The new "complexnewton" and "complexbasin" fractal types are just the old "newton" and "newtbasin" fractal types with this little added twist. When you select these fractal types, you are prompted for four values (the real and imaginary portions of "a" and "b"). If "a" has a complex portion, the fractal has a discontinuity along the negative axis - relax, we finally figured out that it's *supposed* to be there!