Hello everyone, I know this might not be the right place for this request, but I figured that this sub-forum might contain the highest concentration of Apple history experts. I remember seeing many years ago (I can't remember if it was on a magazine - maybe Wired?), and possibly later again online, what was described as an early mockup for Os X, before it went towards Aqua. What I remember were very colourful icons and backgrounds, with heavy use of circular elements - for example I seem to remember a lot of icons were round. It didn't look anything like what came before, and I would say nothing like Aqua - somewhat darker and 'graphical' instead of light and 'photorealistic' in style. I also remember that the text along with it said something along the lines that some of the details during the development of the GUI for Os X were introduced exclusively to please Steve Jobs, sometimes sacrificing usability for the sake of dazzling him. I've looked everywhere online, but no one seems to have stuff that was not officially shipped. Does anyone here have a clue? Thanks for any help!