I'm still running OS X 10.6.8 only because of Expose as it was done right the first time. I've tried Lion and Mountain Lion and both fail miserably due to the fact that multiple windows within a single application show up grouped and Apple has YET to provide users the option in System Preferences to 'ungroup' them. The problems with Mission Control are as follows; Forced Grouping of Window Applications: - Needlessly grouped. If many windows are stacked, it is difficult to multitask or find a specific document. - Fanning out the grouped windows only works with a trackpad and only reveals a few extra pixels of the windows behind the top-most window. - Specifically showing only single application windows requires an extra click but does not make dragging and dropping objects from other documents or applications possible. The Dashboard and Spaces Thumbnails: - No reason to show any thumbnails if only one desktop is present and dashboard is not used as it takes up space. - Needs an option to disable extra desktops as many people dont use spaces The Grey Border: - No reason to squeeze the desktop background into a smaller image while adding a grey tiled pattern. This constrains all thumbnails of open windows into a smaller area thereby making the thumbnails smaller. - The grey border is redundant and only adds more need for processing power to animate the entire process of Mission Control activation. Wallpaper should be fullscreen, just as it was in Snow Leopards Expose with a vignette. Click on the image to see which area I'm pointing out; -------------------------------------------------------- Is Apple ever going to acknowledge this problem? It's been 3 revisions since Lion, a release of Mountain Lion and there is absolutely no sign of support for this from the OS X developers. This whole debacle could be *easily* solved if Apple pulled its head out of its a$$ and eased up on not giving users options. By this I mean, it'd be a simple checkmark field in System Preferences to let the user customize Mission Control to their liking, or AT LEAST give the option to turn off grouping.