Hello, Now, I've read all of the stories about the "intuitive way" Mac OS handles RAM, and how the memory displayed as "Inactive" is perfectly normal, and will be adressed to other applications when needed. Well, I'm kind of concerned about that now. When using heavy applications like Logic Pro and Safari alongside eachtother, My 8 glorious gigs get depleted almost immediately and I'm stuck with about 60mb of free ram and about 4 gigs of inactive ram. Well, this is where this "memory addressing" should kick in right? Well, not a second later Logic Pro gives me his death note about not enough memory available, and there goes Logic Pro, closed. Same goes for other applications, if they don't force-quit, the spinning ball of doom shows up. So, I'm kind of curious, is Mac OS one big gaping memory-leak, or could there be something else going on? (for additional info: I've had this issue ever since Snow Leopard) Thanks in advance!