I'm not sure if this is the right place for this. If not then feel free to move it, kill it or whatever. (I apologize ahead of time for my excessive use of parenthesis) I made the grand switch to Apple about 2 and a half years ago. After the initial culture shock ("Its that easy to install/uninstall programs?!), I have not regretted my switch for even a smidgeon of a nanosecond. I use a Mac both at home and at my job (network administrator and graphic designer for a small company). I would consider myself ...well..not an expert..but pretty darn good at using them. Lately, however, I've had this weird suspicion gnawing at the back of my head like a rabid terrier. Am I using my Mac to its fullest? I've got it joined up with a windows active directory. I've got my files organized with iphoto. I photoshop like a mad man. Iwork is child's play. I'm learning xcode. I've hacked the heck out of my iphone. Thousands of mp3s. I blast through terminal like it was pac man. I delete files just so I can pull them back from the twisting nether using time machine. I impress my coworkers with expose (so I don't use the little ` thingy on the name. sue me). I use garage band to make my own ringtones. In spite of all that, I get the feeling that there is something I'm missing. Some neat little feature of OS X (yes, I pronounce it as "Oh Es Ten" like a good little cult member) that I haven't stumbled upon yet that would make me say "How have I lived without this!?". This has become an obsession with me as of late. I'm buying every Mac related magazine I stumble across. I'm scouring forums every chance I get. I've bought an absurd amount of books. I still haven't been able to shake this feeling. I still feel like a little kid that's been handed the keys to the Enterprise. I feel like the OS is wasted on me. The question I have is: am I the only one? That is, of course, in addition to the "what the heck am I missing?" question.