I have a few idea's that Apple might want to consider for the Newer G4's and G5's that have no OS 9 Support (except for classic mode). Build and OS 9 Version like OS 9.3 that supports newer G4 and G5 Models. Build their own Virtual Machine Software to emulate OS 9 for fullscreen mode for older applications (and newer OS 9 apps) that will use the full potential of the hardware. - I know some places still use OS 9, so they keep an old iMac or that, just to test out Apps, or run the apps they've had forever and what not. Build their own Virtual Machine Mac Emulating Software period. Allow classic Mode to take up entire screen with classic appearance and features. Build in formating support to format partitions for FAT32. Ability to set [root] password when installing the OS. In updated 10.3.9 allow users to change size of fonts on the application menu bar. - This is supposedly (that doesn't look like the right spelling) to be done for OS 10.4 Add in a normal text editor where you can save file as HTML, TXT, whatever-ending-you-want-the-file-to-have. Their own Zip, Tar, GunZip, etc. program where you can view files in an archive from a window and add to or remove from it. - Stuffit expander just won't do that for me, unless it will and I don't know how. Allow more accessibility for setting user options in OS X - Any verison, I hope they improve on this for OS X.IV. Ability to choose between only running 32-bit or 64-bit apps. - That may be a good security one. Some companies may only want to use 64-bit apps, so that you use the full potential and don't have the security breaches with 32-bit apps. And vice versa. I dunno, just an idea. Have iTunes able to skin it and change size of it, via skin like you see in Windows Media Player for Windoze. Thats all I'm going to post, I have tons more I could post, but those are a few.