For the past year or so I’ve been running an evaluation Mac mini side-by-side with my Core 2 Duo WinXP box. There are some areas where OS X is the clear winner, such as Spotlight. In other areas Windows is the clear winner, such as their Trash implementation. One area that is giving me a lot of problems is gaining keyboard control of OS X. Many keyboard shortcuts are difficult to discover and non-intuitive; such as “control-F2” to highlight the Apple menu. I feel that I'm more productive if I can minimize switching between the keyboard and the mouse. For example, when working with a text document I’m more efficient if I don’t have to lift my hand from the keyboard to the mouse to make a selection. A few minutes ago I did the following, all using my wireless aluminum keyboard: 1. pressed “command-Spacebar” to open Spotlight 2. typed “tex” and pressed “return” which opened TextEdit 3. typed some text into TextEdit, then decided to abandon the document 4. pressed “command-Q” to quit TextEdit and got a Dialog Box with the Save button highlighted. Very smooth, efficient, and keyboard centric up to this point, but now I’m stuck. I can press “return” and save the document - - don’t want to do this I can press “esc” and cancel the Quit operation - - don’t want to do this Pressing “tab” doesn’t cycle through the buttons as expected. Is there any way to select the Don’t Save button using a keyboard shortcut? Thank you for supporting a possible switcher.