Things that need to change in Tiger before it is released: 1. Lip Windows. Tiger has Lip Windows. Great big ugly lips at the top of each window that are reminiscent of the big ugly lip at the bottom of the iMac G5. What it is is the toolbar and titlebar have been merged. This does not make logical sense because the toolbar represents shortcuts to the most commonly used menu items. Merging it with the title bar would only make sense if the title bar contained the menus ala Windows, but it doesn't. 2. Safari. The key thing to do with Safari, which it looks like they haven't even started on, is to print off the KHTML rendering engine code on old fashion perforated printer paper and go outside and put it on the grass and take a dump on it. When done, proceed back inside and migrate Safari to the Gecko engine. 3. Font smoothing. Apple is supposed to have this big tradition of publishing, but just put a Mac OS X screen on a desk next to a Windows laptop with Microsoft Cleartype enabled. The difference is startling: the MS fonts look truly beautiful, whereas the Apple fonts look like some clumsy attempt has been made to use "bold" as a way to smooth them. Please Apple if you can't work it out then just stop trying and license Cleartype. 4. Finder. The file info window: get rid of the collapsable sections and just make a single nice layout. The icon view: stop wasting so much whitespace. The column view: make the columns size to fit the longest filename by default. Remove the metal look from the Finder: it makes apps look heavy, but the Finder should be simplest of apps, with the lightest weight interface. 5. Spotlight. There needs to be some way, e.g. option-return to execute the top hit immediately. Otherwise it can't really replace the Finder for app launching.