Hi all, I've had to "Force Shut Down" (hold down the power button to shut it off) my iMac twice since getting it due to the Finder hanging on transfers when a network computer become inaccessible, and the Finder becomes totally unresponsive to the Relaunch command. I watched the beach ball for 5 minutes HOPING it would snap out of it and just give me a network connection error or something, but instead, I had to force shut down my computer. Blah... Question is, does it hurt the computer? I'm really annoyed that I've had to shut down twice that way, and hope it hasn't/won't hurt my iMac. It's a really stupid reason to have to restart, too. I would think the Finder would just display an error rather than locking up completely. Grr! I guess this is the one and ONLY thing I don't ADORE about OS X. Boo.. Anyway, with the force shut down.. What happens: something small like... it skips the basic maintenance that normally occurs during a normal shut down, or does it cause damage to the hardware?