Most of my friends are PC only gamers and so they often make fun of Apple/Mac products, you know the usual jokes. Part of their argument against Mac is that they are "overpriced" and "flawed in security and stability" and the only reason we get good resale value is because the market is still small and thus demand for used but still good Macs at a lower price is going to remain high. As for security and stability they often argue that as Apple's market share grows there will be more Macs and thus more incentive to create viruses and spyware..something they like to say OS X is not at all prepared to handle. So as Apple continues to succeed and sell more and more computers the PC camp logic is that this will push down the resale value we enjoy selling old Macs (much like how Windows based laptops are basically worthless junk after 2 years and have little to no value) and increase security and stability issues and flaws as more Mac computers enter the mainstream and suddenly its "worth it" to create viruses. I'm optimistic that as Macs continue to grow in presence Apple maintains the security and stability with more updates and fixes. I'm also optimistic that the resale value will only decrease slightly since Apple should continue to design high quality computers and OS software. (And this is coming from someone whose build and owned Windows PCs for over 10 years before switching to Mac). Any thoughts?