As blasphemous as it sounds...well, you guys decide. So, after 5 hours of exploring Leopard, which I reformatted my machine for this morning, I download a System Update; a Security Update to be exact. After the machine restarted, an alert stated that Spotlight had crashed but would not affect other applications. Underneath the message were two choices: relaunch Spotlight or ignore the error. I clicked relaunch, waited a few seconds and received the same message. So I clicked ignore. Again, I waited a few seconds and received the message. I repeated this process for a minute, trying both options to no avail. Finally, I restarted and arrived at the SETUP PAGE. Yes, the same setup which normally follows a reformat. That's right, good ol' Leopard erased my entire computer and it is now stuck in the setup chapter of a reformat; even without the OS cd in the drive. The computer is shot and I have to completely reformat again. All this before ever having installed any real apps and putting this awesome OS to the test. All of this unfolded on a G4 1.42 ghz Mini. According to Apple's specifications, this small machine will accommodate Leopard without fail. Sorry, tonight was 100% fresh squeezed iError. Thankfully I didn't lose anything of value.