* Someone in the room ventures a response, one that makes an awful lot of sense, something like "It is supposed to improve upon Snow Leopard." * "So why the fsck doesn't it do that?" retorts Jobs. "You've tarnished Apple's reputation," Jobs declares. "You should hate each other for having let each other down." Anyway, I actually did get the subject question asked of me by the IT manager at my work. They bought me a 13" BTO Pro at my request a while back, love the machine, but he was curious if I was going to upgrade, and I told him no. We have a 2010 Mac Mini server that runs VMs, my 2011 MacBook Pro 13", then I have my Big Apple 17" 2011 Pro, 2010 27" iMac, and a 2010 MacBook Air 11" that I'm in the process of selling. None of these machines have or will see Lion in the near future, for one reason. I bought the 2011 MacBook Air with Lion, and quite frankly, Lion is the only thing I hate about the machine. I constantly wish I could throw Snow Leopard on there. The general experience is annoying compared to SL, and yes, I know the Jobsians will come out and claim that Lion is still new - basically justifying that Apple is using early adopters as beta testers - but the reality is that Lion just doesn't feel complete enough for general release, at least not to me.