Hey guys, You'll know that if you buy a Mac at a specific time close to or after Lion, (like I have with my new iMac the other day) you get a free OS X Lion upgrade, the question I need to know is, how would they go about doing it? I've been given a link to this: http://www.apple.com/uk/macosx/uptodate/ If you click it when Lion is out, you fill it in and you get your upgrade. Will they just do it as a Redeem thing on the App Store? The only other question I have, and I already know this but I'm not sure if it applies. With the free OS X Lion, is it only for that specific Mac? Will I have to purchase it for my MacBook too, or will I be able to download it via the Mac App Store with the free version they are giving me? If that makes sense anyway. I wasn't sure if Apple are going to give me a free version specifically for my iMac, and whether I'd have to pay for the version on my MacBook. It wouldn't surprise me, and yes, I do understand the way the App Store works, if you buy an app on one Mac, it's free for the second to install etc. but I've never seen that for an OS X upgrade!