As a recent (3 month) switcher I am very happy with my mac, but as a graphic designer the one thing I really miss is being able to preview my files rather than see a non-descript icon. Why can't apple create a file preview option? I am really hoping that I am being a dumbass and that someone will reply with some witty answer that the option has been there all along and it's me who is the real fool. When you have hundreds of images, not being able to preview what you have is a real pain and could even be a good reason to switch to Windows again not only does it seem too stupid to show a preview, it's apparently to stupid to increase the number of file columns depending on the width of the finder window so I can only see 4 columns no matter what. I upgraded to Leopard thinking the file preview would work, but coverflow is only a little bit better than just clicking each file individulay and still requires a lot of user control - it also fails to show most filetypes such as EPS (hardly rare) and instead all I see is some cheeky chinease lad.