Hi, I was talking so some guy at a bookstore who was reading a book about Internet security. He mentioned that Open BSD has some of the best security around. That got me to thinking (which may or may not be a good thing !!!) Anyway, if anyone knows the answer to this question I would certainly appreciate it. If Open BSD is, as the guy said, "the next best thing to government security" then shouldn't the people at Apple use it as the basis for their operating system? Wouldn't it make sense to have a really good OS that was open source (I'm putting my foot in my mouth, aren't I?) as the starting point for building OSX? I figured if OpenBSD has only had one remote hack in quite a few years it must be pretty solid. And wouldn't that be a great ace for Apple when so many security issues seem to abound today? Anyway, just wondering. Thanks!