I'm an OS X nut and usually the first to upgrade to any new version. This time around though, and at the risk of being branded a luddite, nothing in Lion appeals to me. Here's my take on what we know so far: * Mac App store - already using it with SL. Launchpad - all my frequently used apps are on the dock; use spotlight for the rest. * Full screen apps - ok, this one is cool . * Mission control - not that much different from expose. * Gestures - inconsistent app support and implementation means I never use them. *Autosave and versions - I "command S" religiously and would never need this. * Resume - I never reboot my air. Only sleep. * Mail 5 - this is nice. Will probably be an independent upgrade that works on SL. * Airdrop and filevault - have no use for these. What am I missing? Truth is, Snow Leopard is running great and for the first time I'm not wanting for anything in an OS. I probably won't upgrade when Lion is available. Should I? What am I missing if I don't? Would particularly appreciate any input from beta users who have tried Lion.