I've had Panther since the day it came out, and although I like it, I have not found Exposé to be the "window management revolution" that everybody says it is. Now, yes, the "show desktop" feature is nice, and I do use it often, but Windows 98 had that, and it was something I missed on OS X until now. Every now and then I use the other features of Exposé to drag and drop things to a window hidden underneath everything else. For the most part, though, I find I use cmd-tab (again, a feature which has a windows counterpart) for switching between programs. This does not mean I am uninterested in Exposé, on the contrary, I want to be convinced of its usefulness, because right now I cannot seem to integrate it into my daily activities, for the most part...but I want to like it, I really do! So convince me, please! I want to be a part of this revolution!