Hello, I'm owning a 2.0 GHz aluminum iMac for a couple of weeks now. I'm quite satisfied with it, however, there are some strange problems with Leopard. First of all, I'm terribly annoyed by that stupid keychain. I didn't buy a Mac do be asked for my password every time I start Safari. Passwords are there to be entered when I think it's right. Does Apple really think I'm too stupid to enter my passwords? What's actually the use of it? It seems that Leopard doesn't recognize that I actually don't even have an account password - I entered one at the first startup, but than changed to a blank password. Any ideas how to solve that? But, now there are even more problems. I like being anonymously on the net, so I downloaded and installed Tor. First, it worked perfectly, the internet was just a bit slower than usual. Then, however, the internet slowed down extremely; Google told me I was virus infected, and then Vidalia (part of the Tor bundle) suggested a problem with Tor's servers. So I switched off all the Proxies. The internet immediately worked fine, but now I can't use the Finder's search box without the Finder crashing, and Spotlight's gone completely! It seems that the deinstallation of Tor didn't work properly; I followed these rules, but when I came to step 4 (bundle uninstall), the destination already had gone forever. How shall I solve these problems? Maybe reinstall Mac OS X? But will that work with Vista on another Boot Camp partition? And how easy/safe is a reinstall? Can anyone help me please? Thanks in advance!