The law firm of King & Ferlauto has filed a class action lawsuit against Apple in Superior Court for the State of California for the County of Los Angeles. The firm alleges that Apple has violated the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act by not supporting certain G3-equipped models of Mac systems with the same features in Mac OS X afforded to more recently developed G4-based systems. MacCentral spoke with attorney Thomas Ferlauto. http://maccentral.macworld.com/news/0201/31.g3osx.php (Now, my eyes usually glaze over when it comes to "things of Law", so I'll leave further comments regarding the lawsuit up to my learned MacRumor posting buddies, but I admit I was quite taken aback at the attorney's comment at the end of the article, to wit): Ferlauto doesn't want people to think that he's filing this suit out of malice, either -- he said it's motivated more by a sense of betrayal. "I love the company and I love their products," he told MacCentral. "My next computer will probably be another Mac."