I knew this day would come. The day when I realized that the lack of development of QS would finally push me away. I thought after installing Snow Leopard that QS would finally be dismissed, but I was scared to go without it and found a way to make it work. But now... I just can't drag the dead weight of the program anymore. Not when there is a faster, just as useful alternative built right into OS X: Spotlight. Sure, Quicksilver "works" with 10.6, but it has acted strangely for the most part. The headers and information did not display correctly, certain features were marred for unknown reasons (i.e. mailing attachments, iTunes plug-in, etc.) and I dare not dig to hard to fix these problems because I was afraid of breaking QS further. Finally, after trimming the Catalog down more and more in hopes for speed gains I realized that I only had one option. Uninstall Quicksilver and move on. In the days before Quicksilver I had begun using Spotlight. I liked it. It's fast, stays out of your way, and overall does make computing faster. But Spotlight left me yearning for a more powerful option, and this was satisfied with Quicksilver. Now, I return to Spotlight to realize that it has grown much faster and slightly more customizable (last time I really used Spotlight was in 10.4). This is part introduction and part re-introduction. The future is bright.