The other day I went to COMPUSA to try the Intel-based Macs. Of course no salesperson was in the Apple section so I was free to toy with all the products. Then a salesperson came up and asked if I needed help. "No," I replied, "just checking them out." He then said that he hates Macs, his quote "they are too simple, I like complicated stuff" I just looked at him and laughed in is face. I then told him how my kids since they could sit up on their own have been using Macs. How the Mac is safe from all the various 'wares that infect PCs. How easy the software is to install and use. How even a child can enjoy a computer without calling Dad to help them. "But," he says, "look at all the software available for the PC and all the games." I laughed again, "I purchase my software online, there doesn't seem to be a lack of software to me, if you know where to look. " "But, what about the lack of game software?" he said. "No problem, I'm not a heavy gamer." "But PCs run games better." "So, I have a life, a career, a family, games just aren't that important to me." "But what about all that other software?" "It is already installed with the OS and if I need something, I find it on the net." I then asked about external HD enclosures for IDE/ATA type drives. I follow him to that section of the store. Of course they had no Firewire enclosures, just USB 2 types. I told him I only want Firewire, my is USB 1. O. The next thing out of his month was this; "You know I have never even seen the inside of a Mac." "Well, they are simple like the OS." "But, what about replacing parts?' "I have yet to replace a motherboard, a videocard, or any other component because of failure." "But, you can't build your own can you?' "Not from the ground up like a PC." "See, I can build my own and do it alot cheaper then buying a Mac." "I see, and what OS will you be running?" "Windows of course." "Ah, but a Mac can run Windows now since they have Intel chip and Apple's Bootcamp software." I won't bore you with whole story but you can see where this is going. I walked out of the store glad to own and use Macs. If this is any indication of the majority of PC users then I don't feel sorry for them. They are clueless to the Mac way of life.