I've been using Macs since 1984, and I've always noticed that they seem to have good days and bad days. Some days, they zip through anything you throw at them, and other days, it's like they missed their morning coffee. All of my friends use Macs, and we've all talked about this phenomenon. Of course, we call our computers by name and discuss them as if they were people ("Chuck had a long night and he's a little out of it this morning" would be referring to an iMac). Are we wrong? Or does it seem to anyone else out there that your Mac has mood swings and fatigue just like the rest of us? I brought this up once in a call to AppleCare. The tech thought I was out of my mind. And, although I'm sure he was right when he said that my computer's occasional sluggish performance was purely technical, I couldn't help but think that a psychologist could say the same about my bad days. Chuck needs an occasional reboot, I need an occasional Prozac. His problem is electrical, mine is chemical. But when it comes down to it, is there really a difference? Or should I increase the Prozac?