First of all, I want you to be aware that I have been using Macs for around 2-3 years now. I have owned 3 macs in that time. However, I'm starting to think that the only reason that macs are fast and reliable is because of the hardware. Windows actually runs very well on my Mac. And well, to be honest I'm sick of paying insane amount for hardware. I could build a desktop PC that could wipe the floor with a £900 iMac for around £500 + £200 for the monitor, keyboard and mouse. Also, I just don't like the idea of all in ones. The OS is great, but I have yet to find anything I can do in Mac OS that I can't do in Windows. While I will keep Mac OS since I'm doing a BTEC in music technology, I feel pretty close to switching back. One big thing for me with the OS though, is that I feel left in the dark. There doesn't appear to be any equivalent to Device Manager, and there is no real advanced system preferences style thing. While I wouldn't likely need such a thing, it would be reassuring to have. Also, I've had issues with my Mac that can often only be fixed by doing something drastic such as reformatting or creating a new user account or whatever. While I did have issues with Windows, they could often be fixed if I was willing to spend the time. Basically, I just don't feel Macs are advanced enough. The OS is great, but I feel like it's aimed at idiots, since their hardware is rediculously overpriced, the OS is kinda basic and well, I'm really not seeing what it has over Windows. Of course, I would likely continue to post here and such. I love the Mac community, and well, I'm pretty sick of Windows fanboys, but still. Simply put, give me some reasons to stick with the Mac OS. Again, I love their macbook range, and I will be keeping my Macbook Pro, but I am seriously considering switching back to Windows. Of course, if Apple was to release a mid-range tower, I would quite happily stay on the Mac side.