So, I installed Leopard the other night, on my gen one MBP. 2.16 Dual core intel 1 GB Ram, in case you care. installed via archive and install. Upgraded to 10.5.1 immediately. My first impressions had been positive, spaces rocks my socks, spotlight is lighting quick, haven't used time machine yet. Now, I'm finding it ANNOYING. I feel like a windows user from years ago, maybe worse. I have problems with programs crashing like mad crazy. Even apple apps like safari and ical crash crazy. In the few days since I've installed, I've had safari, ical, ichat, system pref, painter, msn messenger, and itunes et cetera all crash on me; sometimes repeatedly. I can't open terminal at all. Obviously I haven't fully tested all my software but this is starting to piss me off. I am now (as many others) starting to hate the transparent menu bar, I keep wanting to drag my windows higher only to realize that the menu bar is there but feels like empty space to me. I haven't felt this frustrated with my computer since I was using windows. I don't have an external drive I can use to back up my user files, otherwise I would do a clean install and dump everything back over. Anyone have any suggestions?