Over the last month I have been getting progressively more fed up with 10.3, especially with Apples "updates". It seems every new version of the OS manages to not only slow down my 1.6ghz powermac G5, but make programs like Garageband downwright unusuable and completely screw with all sorts of things that were great in the OS. Well, 10.3.9 continues the bloody trend, especially with Safari. Beyond the new annoying highlight changes (anyone else think this makes Safari feel more like explorer), the bookmark resets and all the other discussed problem, now Safari is uncooperative in saving images. Before, when control clicking an image, one was given the option of saving it to the HD and selecting which folder to save into, quite simple. Now, using Safari, I have noticed that the only option is to save to "downloads". This means every time I want to save a file I have to save it to my downloads and then move it into whichever folder it fits in. This seems to me very redundant. It's almost like Apple is trying to prep us up for virtual folders once they are introduced in Tiger, but you know what: I don't like being told how to organize or use my computer. I like being able to customize everything to my way of working, and so far this has worked damn well. Pretty soon I'll be upgrading to Tiger, for all the new features of course, but my main motivation is actually the hope that stability will be improved on my system. If there is junk like this in Tiger, I think I may just be liable to reinstall 10.3 and upgrade up to 10.3.7, the last good OS.