Just thought i would share with you today the day i had, quite weird but totally true and it gave me a cheerful smile. Today i received from amazon my new mouse, the Logitech MX 700, man theres some setup involved with this! I'm gonna have to complain to logitech about the poor manual that came with the mouse, it totally sucks! It ran me through umpteen pages just to get it up and working and gave me a drivers disc as well, WHAT A WASTE OF A DISK!!! Honestly i felt real sorry for the trees and plastic wasted on these things. Whats the point in providing a fairly stretched out manual when all i had to do was plug it in! Whats the point in providing a cdrom when all i had to do was plug it in! Then it became clear, it said on both the manual and cdrom "Mouseware 9.7 (Windows)", for their whole line of operating systems infact! YES the poor windows users... i had forgot about them! OSX is lush i couldn't believe how simple it was and its another reason why i am happy that i switched! All i did was plug it in! On my old NEC laptop i had to plug it in, install the drivers and then reboot, it was an MS mouse at the time as well. Anyway apart from that event i had to go to the computer shop to get another microfilter for my DSL line. Cost me £10 and it is supposedly better quality than others that can be bought for much less from the normal phone shop, so the guy said. I replied to the computer guy jokingly "Fine i'll take my money elsewhere and buy a more expensive one, i'm paying for quality afterall". He handed me the microfilter and it was from D Link, it sure is smaller than my other microfilter i thought. Then i made one of those statements briefly making conversation, "I would only buy from Netgear or D Link". Computer guy: Oh Neatgear, i don't rate them. Me thinking back when i had a couple of pc's with many Neatgear Hubs, PCI cards (FA311) and a laptop FA511 network card and not recounting any problems i had. I've got a Netgear Router now as well as having kept the hub. Me: I'm speaking from personal experience, i've never had a problem. Computer guy: Well we get loads of pc's, brought in with Netgear network cards and other stuff all with drivers messed up, they cause alot of hassle. Anyway before i thought of anything else (at this point i surprised myself, i simply said: "Well i've got a mac". Computer guy: Oh well okay! With that we both smiled and i walked out thinking about all the troubles i never had with Netgear and all the troubles i don't have with drivers anymore anyway because i dumped my laptop and pc for a mac. Strange how everything seems so much simpler these days, i suppose thats they reason why i paid extra for a mac and the reason why i'm paying more for a microfilter AND the reason why i'm paying twice the normal price i would normally buy a mouse for!