Hi, I'm an IT Consultant who has dabbled with most OS's over the years and am thinking seriously of switching to OS X once the new iMac's are released. I used to use OS/2 (1.3 through Warp) until it died a death and have been using Linux (mainly RedHat and Fedora) for many years as well as Windows when I have to. I am currently learning Ruby and Ruby On Rails which is where a lot of the idea to switch to a Mac has come from. The Mac seems to be the defacto RoR development platform in conjunction with TextMate. Anyway, my question is whether you guys think that a long time Linux user such as myself is likely to enjoy the migration to OS X as much as other users or if you think I might feel constrained in some ways. I'm a big fan of open source software but the novelty of constantly tinkering under the hood of my OS has worn off to a large extent. These days I'm more interested in productivity, reliability, quietness and the feeling of quality which certainly comes across at first glance from OS X. Will I feel at home in the Mac community and with OS X? Advice most welcome! Thanks, Craig.