I'm looking forward to Snow Leopard, although I doubt I'll buy until a couple of point releases later. Still, it should be good. I understand a little of what updates and performances increases they'll be bringing, but I hope, I really hope, they fix the inconsistencies in their UI. I remember borrowing a book from the library that was about human-computer interaction and it was written by someone from, or on behalf of, Apple. It was about 2 inches thick and full of very interesting and clever stuff regarding interface guidelines. On that note, why: a) Does the red button _quit_ iPhoto, Software Update and Activity Monitor? Nearly all other applications require you to quit the app via the menu bar (as it should be). b) Have they got rid of the title bar and such for Quicktime X? Makes no sense and doesn't look slick or consistent with the rest of the OS and apps. c) Do Waveburner and Soundtrack Pro have mini titlebars that are not in keeping with the system defaults. Also, Logic seems fixed on disregarding the 'Blue' appearance I have set in System Preferences. For a company which does, in other aspects, show meticulous attention to detail, has high quality control and promotes its focus on user interaction, I have remained dumbfounded by these, quite frankly, idiotic decisions. I hope they are addressed soon.