So, I am kind of concerned I may just becoming a biased fanboy. For a disclaimer, I have only used/owned a Mac since, early 2010, so about two years. Ever since then it was a good 9-10 year run of just Windows machines. Ever since I switched, I just can't stand Windows, it just...ughn. I have it bootcamped so I can play games, but when it comes down to doing anything in windows it becomes a pain in my ass. For example, last night I was playing Diablo 3 with a buddy, I was on OSX and he was on his windows machine, (though he was eyeing my Macbook Pro, I might have to convert him) But something as simple as, download TeamSpeak, install, join server, profit. Just became this hour and a half fiasco, he couldn't join a public server, kept getting errors, so we joined a different one, now his mic wouldn't work, or his hotkey wouldn't work. Literaly lost a hour and a half of game time, because of TS, then all we got was 45 minutes of play, by then it was 11:30 and we hated life. Another example, at work, I needed to make a PDF, but windows doesn't support PDF's natively, so I had to buy some crap third party PDF printer, and now its taken over my printer settings. Windows 7 is much better btw, I am talking of two instances of Vista, but still I just don't want to use it, I will, but it makes me ill thinking of the headaches. Does this make me a fanboy? I have become 'That Apple Guy' to my friends, not that it impedes our friendhsip, but now I have that stereotype, if a ipod, or iphone goes haywire, its me they call first. I own a fair bit of Apple products, but is that enough to be a fanboy?