I upgraded my 2011 iMac to 10.7.1 and it seems to be running better than compared to 10.7, so far. One thing that I have been keeping on eye on is the hotter than usual temperatures that came with 10.7. With 10.7, the overall system's temperatures were well above what the norm would have been under 10.6.8. Hardware that was primarily affected were the GPU, the hard drive, and the power supply. Under 10.7, the bug was that when ever the temperature for the GPU for example, got to a certain temperature, let's say 70° C, the temperature would hover around there and not cool down unless the system were given a restart or put to sleep for a couple of minutes. Now with 10.7.1, it seems that the GPU will reach 70° and cool down as expected without having to resort to putting the system to sleep or restarting, which is a very good thing. However, the overall system temperature is still running hotter than compared to 10.6.8. Thoughts?