And Adobe sucks. My wife and I had our taxes figured awhile ago, but like good procrastinators, we didn't actually fill out the forms for mailing until this morning. Unfortunately Panther's Preview can't fill in PDF forms, so we had to download Adobe Reader to do it. Like past years, the plan was to use OS X's print to PDF feature from Reader (since you generally can't save filled in forms from Reader), email them to work, and actually print there. Adobe said no. Apparently Adobe Reader 7 is able to somehow bypass the Save As PDF... button in Panther's Print dialog. A message comes up saying something like "This function is not supported." Wow, way to be nice to your customers, Adobe. They apparently went out of their way to do this (you know, so you have to pay $500 or whatever for the full Acrobat - yeah right!). I'm sure it took a lot of hacking to do, and I wonder if they even overwrote some piece of the core OS to detect when Adobe Reader is requesting that function and disable it. Bad Adobe! So we eventually had to download a previous version (5.0) of Acrobat Reader and use that. I was actually amazed that it was still available on Adobe's site, given their blatant attempt to disable that functionality. Tiger would have solved everything. Its Preview is supposed to be able to fill in forms, so this whole mess would have been avoided. Apple, why didn't you think of tax day??