I got a Power Mac about three months ago. This is my first Mac, and I'm not very happy with it. I find it frustrating to use because everything is so buggy. Coming from Linux, I'm not used to seeing so many problems. One of the reasons I got a Mac was because Mac OS X is UNIX-based, but what's the point of being UNIX-based if buggy services can cause the system to stop responding? That simply should not be possible on a UNIX-based system, yet it's possible on a Mac. There's also tons of little bugs and glitches all over the place. Now don't get me wrong. I don't expect things to be perfect, but I didn't expect to see so many problems. What I don't understand is how so many people don't notice any problems. How is that possible? Are they not paying attention when using their computer? What bothers me is how some of those people act like if you have problems, it must be your fault somehow, or something must be wrong with your computer. I know not everyone is like this, but I've done a lot of reading on various Mac forums and have seen it often enough to bother me. I'm sorry to have started out on such a sour note, but I needed to vent.