Hi forum, these have been long standing annoyances in Snow Leopard. Anyone knows if they have been fixed in 10.7 (Lion)? 1. Lack of "Maximize" keyboard shortcut. Mapping a shortcut to the "Zoom" menu doesn't work if the "Zoom" menu is actually named something else or has been translated into another language. 2. Will programs die after I close their last window? I mean, yes, idle programs lurking on the dock are really fast to load, but lots of them hog the memory, slow the computer down, and make the original point moot. 3. Keyboard shortcut to switch between windows, not applications (without paying extra for Witch). I know I can use Exposé (F3) and then arrows, but the way Exposé sorts windows is not productive. I really need something like Witch, built-in. 4. Deleting something in Finder (CMD+DEL) and moving the cursor takes me to the top of the list. What?? Why can't I just stay where I was?? [EDIT: can be worked around by switching to Coverflow view in SL, thanks AdeFowler] 5. Can I select a number of non-contiguous files with my keyboard in Finder? Say you want to select files 7, 12 and 19 on a list. On Snow Leopard, you're forced to use the mouse. 6. Can I uninstall applications cleanly? Dropping an .app to the Trash will left everything else behind (libraries, extensions, changes in /etc files, files in /usr/local, etc.) Please avoid answers like "You can't. Macs don't have the counterintuitive xxx feature", or "Why would you ever need that", etc. I've been using Macs since they looked like a shoebox and my frustrations have persisted all this long. Thank you!