Hi all I guess this may have been asked before, but then I guess no one really knows. But I like to put whats on my mind here and hear peoples opinions. I have been a Mac person for over 3 years now. On my 3rd Mac. Had a mac mini which I loved, but sold as I wanted something better, and got a MBP and then wanted something different and now I have a 2011 Macbook Air. Originally had a dell as my first computer then made the switch. Love everything about macs and mac os's etc. I still feel I am learning each day with my mac the power of mac os x etc. However this has been on my mind and bit worried about how mac is going to be in the future. Now that Steve Jobs has gone. I mean from what I have read etc, when Steve Jobs first went from Apple the company was not doing too good, and then he came back and turned Apple around in to the great company it is now. I know Tim Cook is meant to be good too. I also know Steve Jobs will give his input etc into how Apple will continue in the future. However when He does eventually go completely one day. How will the next Mac OS's continue. And the Mac it self in general. Do people believe he has left a team who will continue to innovate and grow mac os's and apple as a whole and be a market leader as it is today. Or do you believe Apple will slowly go the way IBM did in the future and that Microsoft will end up being dominant again. I am sorry if this sounds silly posting this, but something on my mind. Thanks all for reading, sorry for long post.