I was wondering if anyone has found a way to do finer grained privilege settings on OS X other than the blanket "This user can administer computer". For example, my printer constantly has problems with the connection - probably because someone kicked the cord or powered it down. Unfortunately OS X can figure out that the printer is back on and connected so it can go on with printing - nooo - you have to pull up the print queue settings, pause the printer, then unpause the printer, then it will finally start printing again. So, say this happens to one of my kids - they try to do the pause, unpause, but nooo... you have to have admin privs. So, I have to log in to give the idiotic OS the kick in the pants so it will start printing again. It would be nice if OS X could be smart enough to reconnect to the printer, but since that hasn't happened, I was hoping I could give admin privs just for the printer to the other accounts so they can workaround this problem. By the way, I'm not sure if the inability to restart the printer on reconnect is an issue with OS X or the epson printer driver. Anyone else see this with other printer brands?