While there is a lot of buzz(and deservedly so) about all the cool new developer tools and APIs in Snow Leopard, there are inevitably some letdowns. I'm just curious to see what other devs think is Snow Leopard's biggest shortcomings when it comes to slinging code. For me it was how Apple barely expanded the QTKit API(though they did document it much better). Despite all the buzz about 64-bit apps, and Apple supposedly being a real media-friendly company, the QTKit is absolutely pathetic when compared to its much older brethren, the Quicktime API(which Apple did not port to 64 bit). So a lot of developers of video-facing applications are facing a difficult choice, do they make their job much more arduous by trying to go all QTKit and giving themselves the option to go 64-bit(even though most of the actual work is still done by the 32-bit QTKitServer process), or go with the Quicktime API knowing full well we will have to re-write it eventually. I guess what most devs are doing are using QTKit as much as possible, only digging down into the quicktime API when absolutely necessary, but this supposed bridge has been there since Tiger. Snow Leopard was supposed to change all this, but it didn't. So now you have(perhaps) read my rant, now it's your turn.