I moved to Lion from Snow Leopard a day or two after launch, and I was one of those who hated it. I know there were some things, like the scrolling, Launchpad etc that could be 'fixed' fairly quickly, but the bugbears for me were things like : Having to untick the 'resume on startup' box every single time. Not being able to 'Save As', but having a 'Time Machine' style document system and so on. I lasted a week before reverting back to SL, and I've stayed there ever since. I was (and am) very much of the opinion 'My iPad is a handy notepad style device and my Mac is a proper computer and I don't want them working in the same fashion'. Right. All that said, my trusty Macbook is nearly 4 years old, and while it's still mighty quick, my wife would like it to become the household machine, so she has easy access to iTunes, our photos etc. So with this in mind, and my annual bonus coming next week, I'm thinking hard about a 15" MBP. (For the sake of this discussion, we can leave aside the issue of a possible redesign/relaunch in the next few months). My question is (and I've finally got to it), those who have lived with Lion for a while - have you got used to it? I'm particularly interested in the views of those who, like me, weren't immediately thrilled with the changes. Much as I'd love a shiny new machine, I have major reservations about spending £2000 on a laptop that I'll potentially hate using. I'd appreciate any thoughts or comments. Cheers!