What word would you describe Lion with, if you could only use one word? Why? That word for me is INCONSISTENT Lion has a lot of things that worked perfectly fine in Snow Leopard but not so much in Lion. One example is the scrolling and swiping. In Lion, if you choose to scroll with two fingers forward and back, then you cannot do that in Finder, then there are some times that in a website, if there is something you need to scroll to the left or right within the site, it ignores it and instead goes back (or forward) one page. So you have the scrolling (in whichever setup you have it) work it the way it wants in each app. Other example is iCal and Address Book. You have an OS that is entirely grey, with grey buttons, grey menus, etc, but then, you make a 3D calendar, and a 3D address book that resembles a real life book, and on top of that you put "leather" so that it does NOT go with anything from the OS. Also FaceTime is an iOS app copy-pasted into Lion, without any resemblance of the Mac OS. Another example is Mission Control. In Snow Leopard ALL APPS expose, you ALWAYS were able to look at ALL the windows, in MC you can't, they are organized in stacks by application, which is nice, but then there is no way to unstack them to look at all the windows either from one app, or all of them. Those are only three examples of many many things that in Lion don't work well throughout all apps. I usually don't like many third party apps that don't go well with the Mac OS X layout, but in Lion the same Apple is doing that with their own OS. Is like each app was created by different developers without having input about how the OS would be (or how would look like) So what is the word you would use to describe it, and why?