So the new 11-inch Air will be my first Mac and I've used Windows all my life. I'm trying to see what would the best way to go about how to learn how to use a Mac. I'm pretty experienced with computers, so I'm not a newbie or anything. I did play with the Air for two hours at the Apple store last week, and will be going again tomorrow night. But I didn't learn much. I know how to do the basics: open programs, close them, navigate my way around the computer, etc. I'm wanting to know how to use the Mac on a deeper level. Would it be a good idea to purchase One to One with my Mac and learn from a specialist in the store, or is there guides online that could easily teach me? As I said, I know how to use a Mac at the basic level already ... but I'm wanting to know how to do things easily on the system. Like I do with Windows. I automatically know what's the fastest way to do something. Going into the file storage system, using the start menu, etc. Basically I need help navigating a Mac like a pro, if I'm explaining myself clearly. I haven't even crawled my way into using Finder and the Dock yet. I should also add that I'm a writer, and will be using the Mac for a few other things. So looking to increase my productivity. Thanks!