I have always been a user who always loves the latest and greatest tech and have always been one who beta tests, or jumps first to upgrade to the latest OS X. But..to my amazement, I decided to go back to OS X Snow Leopard on one of my older systems. I have not used OS X Snow Leopard for years and had put an SSD into the old system and have been using OS X Yosemite on it which worked well with no complaints. I noticed something....OS X Snow Leopard seems to fly on the system and I have started to fall in love again with the older OS X. Even pulled out some of my older programs and it seemed to revive my usage of the programs again, which are good and were reliable. The older system seems now to "just work" without all of the complicated "bells and whistles" the latest OS X's have had since with all of its issues. Am I in the few on this thinking that if I could not be limited to only being able to put OS X Snow Leopard on an older systems Or by using virtual drives, I would continue to use Snow Leopard, even on new systems if I was able, especially if the software that I use is capable of running on the older OS X version (some of course do not). Anyone think this way also, not just with Snow Leopard, but even another OS X besides the New latest and Greatest?