Have read the latest interview with Steve Jobs in Fortune with much interest. A summary is on MacObserver The most significant thing for me was this snippet: Did this refusal by Adobe do more to save Apple than any other event? How many people have switched because of the iLife apps? I know I did. It was the clincher for me - especially iMovie as I'd bought a DV Cam. And to quote from another Fortune article by Peter Lewis who refers to iLife as Apple's "secret weapon": Adobe would never have done these apps as well, and more importantly, it would be extremely unlikely that they would have bundled them free with new Macs. And then there's the top end - Final Cut Pro etc, which it sounds like from the Jobs interview that they may never have pursued them either if not for the Adobe refusal. So where would Apple be today without that 'No'? Sure they'd have a hot OS - but they'd be dependent on third parties for the software. And as Steve says, software is everything. Thank you Adobe.