An operating system that gets touted as the most stable operating system around starts to get a reputation. I don't recall ever having to manually restart this computer, probably thanks to problems being local to individual applications. I'm used to that. I expect it. And now I expect my applications to "just work." I can sorta understand if non-Apple software "unexpectedly quites" when it's safari, appleworks, or mail, I'm less forgiving. Not only had the next generation operating system bring an incredible find feature and metadata system (whoohoooO!) it had better bring us closer to an end of unexpected quiting. Ok... now that rant paragraph is over. What are your experiences with "unexpectedly quit" dialogue boxes? Is there something you've found (a particular system setting or third party system setting, for example) that causes significantly more problems? Is there something I can do to stop these tireless dialogue boxes? Sometimes it seems like I need a popup blocker just to stop them!