I just picked up my first Mac ever, one of the new 27 inch iMacs, but already I I've discovered what will likely be a deal breaker for me in regards to keeping it. I've noticed that the font rendering on web pages both in Safari and Chrome is strikingly different than how things look on PC. In fact, if this is how things are supposed to be I wonder how any professional develops websites on a Mac. Here's a look at what I'm talking about: https://yfxcpw.blu.livefilestore.co...reen Shot 2013-10-16 at 6.26.21 PM.png?psid=1 Now compare the same page to this PC version: https://yfxcpw.blu.livefilestore.co...4sATrr3zuAeB8SI-oKU1if27AQHQ4o/ss1.png?psid=1 The PC version to me looks way better, and seems to be a better reflection of the designers intentions. Look at the text that says "We've got 1500 beta keys". You will notice on the PC version the text is thin but the mac version makes it look semi-bold. Same effect happens all over the place, like the words "This is a test". On the little side blurb with user info like my join date, last visit, ect. Mac makes it look bold again when it shouldn't. Even text that is supposed to be bold looks worse on Mac, such as the word "Related" which is a blurry mess (the "e"s are so blurry it's hard to make out that it is an e). The word Achievement is also far less clear on the Mac. Please someone tell me this isn't how it is supposed to look. Not trying to hate on Mac I'm just surprised if this is the intended way it renders fonts. I appreciate any help you folks can provide.