I know there are a lot of threads about how people feel about 10.8 but I was wondering if anyone agreed with mine. Ever since 10.6 I feel like 10.7 and 10.8 just have done nothing but add more and more things that I have to disable or change before feeling comfortable using the OS. With 10.5/6 I felt like I could just install it and go, everything felt fine to me, just change my dock size, turn on auto hide, and turn up touchpad sensitivity. I moved to OS X during 10.5 because I was tired of XP and Vista, while never gave me issues, the UI just annoyed me. With 10.7 I have to add my home folder and Mac root back to the side bar, unhide Library, do dock changes, change the size of the sidebar font, remove items that I never use from the sidebar, set the touchpad for how I like it, disable some touches I find annoying when I do them by accident, and for some reason when I first setup iCloud everything is set to sync by default except for Mail. I find that odd. I also have to disable remembering window states when closing applications, and disable Guest sharing. I'm also constantly looking for "Save As..." in menus. 10.8 for me adds disabling all the notification items, and then running a script to hide/kill the notification center as it annoys me having an icon there that I will never use. First setup doesn't allow a capital letter in the users shortname so I have to make an account, then make a new account after first login that has my name formatted to how I like it, then delete my original account. (I've files a bug for this, but for now I'll leave it as a problem, thought if a person shows me that its really proper UNIX behavior then I'll drop it) So while I will be the first to agree that the back end changes that are being made are great, but in the UI I feel like they are adding more and more things that for ME are just annoying and should have either easier ways of disabling or easier ways to configure. When I was primarily a Windows user I moved to Mac because after reinstalling XP I had SO many tweaks that I had to do I found it annoying. Sadly I'm finding that I'm starting to get that way about OS X, and Windows 7 has fixed a lot of its problems for me. I feel like it's really bad that I find OS X 10.5/6 and Windows 7 do be much better systems than .7 and .8 when it comes to usability, not implying that any of them are perfect though, but better for me. Like I said this is my opinion if you agree cool, if not then thats cool to.