Hi folks. I haven't been able to completely watch the keynote due to the connection consistantly failing, but I was thinking about something after having seen some of the keynote and screenshots. What if what we saw today was not actually Leopard, but rather an upgraded version of Tiger (lets think SP2 just for arguments sake). Now, I know this is coming out of left field, but just think about it. To my knowledge, we were never actually shown the "About this Mac" window. Some of the things they presented were quite amazing (or at least I thought), but the entire system as a whole looked like Tiger with some new apps. What if Apple decided to truly keep Leopard "Top Secret", but showcase enough to get us excited. This way, Microsoft won't have a chance to crank up those photocopiers last second, and come MWSF 2007 we see what Apple has REALLY got up its sleeves. Since most of the underpinnings of the OS were taken care of in Tiger, wouldn't it be possible to give developers a "SP2" of Tiger just so developers can work to optimize their apps for Leopard? This way, Apple is able to keep Redmond from making any last minute efforts and they can truly leapfrog anything Redmond could imagine producing in another 5 years. Again, I know this is coming out of left field, but I truly think we were only shown the tip of the iceberg.