I got a new 15" MBP AG and I like the machine in general but although I new quite a bit about OSX I expected less problems. The notebook is pretty nice although I thought it is less noisy. On my first day of using the MBP under OSX I had one freeze and many many crashed applications. Is this normal that Flash is so bad under OSX that it is a pain to surf any Flash streaming clips website. I was on a page which managed to kill my Opera (and Safari) two within a few seconds of loading a movie. Under Windows I never had a problem other than that my old Pentium M was too slow to much other stuff while powering flash. Also I was hoping for a working divx 7/8 webplayer but that is even worse than windows. Aside from Chrome every Browser crashes instantly when loading the divx plug-in. You have the same? I never was a big fan of the dock but I tried to get rid of all the unecessary apps but for some reason I cannot create a stack with Applications inside. Are stacks only for documents? And is there a way to speed up this slow reappearance to instantly of the dock if you move it out. I am starting to miss the Win7 taskbar already. I also prefer the switching speed of apps in Windows. Is there some superspeed way. I now some people like Expose but I think it is incredibly slow and inefficient to move the mouse all the time. Do you really use that or do you switch with cmd+tab alt+tab? Or do you have any tipps for app managment. I also would like to know what Apple had in mind when they messed up the Germand keyboard even more than it already is. The @ at the L which is for no reason somewhere completely different and the brackets cannot stay there. But I am confident this can be changed. After 3 days using it a little I am not to fond of OSX. The whole importing of pictures, movies and music is a pain that still takes forever. I thought iTunes and the likes only suck in Windows. It has some stuff you have to install in windows by default like spaces. There is a nice trackpad (that is awesome). But it feels a lot less stable than Windows 7. I never really had any problems with windows 7 or XP (never tried Vista) and even if OSX is supposed to be stable, that doesn't really help if the apps are not that you are running. Window never crashes on me either it is only some Apps. It is also annoying having to restart everytime for gaming which I only do occasionally and in between some other work usually. Steam performance doesn't look to good under OSX. The you switch in boot camp is also a little weird. I though you select on start up. Anyway under Windows 7 the MBP works fine but battery life sucks. Am I complaining for no reason and I just don't know it enough yet or are those points somewhat true and I should consider returning this notebook in the next week and wait for an Envy 14? The Envy is cheaper and faster but probably also not as perfectly looking. The MBP isn't perfect either the sharp edge is sharper than I thought. You never notice those things in store. I hope people that switched or long time users can tell me honestly what the short comings of OSX really are and if it might actually be the wrong thing for me. I am an IT student I really never ever had problems with viruses or maintenance on Windows. Thus this it just works argument doesn't hold as Windows just works for me two. My primary pros for OSX was that I like those MBPs (the screen is awesome) and I like to try new OS and always wanted to work with a unix system. I like the terminal and actually decided I wanted to switch when I was still using XP that really sucks in usability. I like when all I have to do to launch an App is press a button typ 3 letters and press enter. I just spent a lot of money on this machine and don't want to regret it after the 2 weeks I have to change my mind. PS: My primary browser is Opera and it's philosophy I try to extend to the whole OS usually. I customize a lot and not so much the appearance but the behavior and I thought that OSX might be platform for this.