... I've forgotten how much I miss it. Installed 10.6 to an external and right now I'm just waiting for the 1.2gb updates to finish. Not sure I'm dumping Lion but it's tempting. (Since I don't need iCloud anymore due to my company migrating to an Exchange server). Wow. The stop light buttons are as big as freaking water melons. (I love it). Even the Aqua jelly-bean scrollbars and rounded buttons have a nostalgic kick to them. Spaces and Expose' are intuitive once again. All my minimized windows actually show up in one full Expose screen (unlike Lion). And the animations are fast... and smooth as butter. And this is 10.6! Knock on wood... my wi-fi might just stay working without the toggling it on/off like I have to in Lion every few days. Colored icons in the Finder sidebar... how silly. Amazing the things I never noticed before. The Address Book and iCal... they look normal! No cheesy faux leather. And the Address Book with 3 columns is actually useable! Snow Leopard just feels "tight", snappy and solid right now. It's something you don't remember until it's gone. Still going down memory lane though. Need to make a pro/con list before deciding. I'd miss a few things in Lion (but not many I think). If I do downgrade I won't "upgrade" again until I see what 10.8 does. If it has more iOS crap I don't know what the future holds. P.S. Not hating on the Lion users. I just think it's more suited for those people new to OSX than some of us old-timers who knew innovation when they saw it.