I have to admit, I am really starting to get sick of Aqua. I think it's time for Apple to update the appearance of Mac OS X. I hope by the time Leopard comes out, the UI will have a fresh new look. I'm sick of the stripes, I'm sick of the candy-like gumdrops and wattery scrollbars. I know I can theme the OS but, I'll install a theme and then find something that doesn't work with it or it looks out of place with some things. I think APPLE needs to change the OS Interface and maybe give theme designers an easier canvas to work with when creating new themes. Here's one idea. Apple should change the OS X appearance and then create an App that developers can use to enhance/change the OS X theme so that they can release their own themes for Mac OS X that are 100% compatible with OS X. I remember when OS 9 had a theme pop-up menu in the appearance dialog where you can install various themes from third parties. What was wrong with that? There were some COOL themes out there. The cool thing was, it changed the theme, the icons, the menus, and you could actually natively change the OS fonts. I think it's time Apple updated their 1999-ish graphics... nobody's into Aqua anymore... it's so dated. I want an OS that resembles the newest hardware somewhat... like how Aqua resembled the iMac and G3s and Apple Displays.