Hi forum, this topic is just a suggestion. If a thread like this already exists, then sorry for my ignorance. Anyway, I don't consider this suggestion "just another bug list". I'd rather like to see a CHECK-list as to which bugs have been FIXED. As a start, here's one Panther bug that I think should be fixed in Tiger, otherwise Tiger is not worth the upgrade, in my opinion. (Or perhaps it has already been fixed in another Panther version.) Bug: When two or more windows are partially overlapping on the desktop, I often can't select underlying windows using the mouse: there are "dead spots". Clicking on these dead spots on an underlying window does not bring this window to the foreground. These dead spots are rather large: On my system it's approx across the left quarter of the screen, about 200 pixels in width and all the way from top to bottom. -- In some cases not even Exposé will highlight the window I'm clicking on. -- And TextEdit will not let me click on text areas lying in these dead spots; it just ignores the click and the blinking text curser stays at its old position. I thought it might be the "unusual" resolution of 1344 x 1008. But switching to 1280 x 1024 doesn't fix it either. Please note that the mouse cursor doesn't disappear in the dead spots, -- and it also works Ok in other tasks. The main problem is just the window selection and the annoying behaviour in TextEdit. Or is it a user error? If somebody can tell where I can find the exact OSX version number I'll tell you that one, too. All I can tell now is I bought Panther in summer 2004 and haven't updated it ever since. Thanks! Cheers.