Hello. No doubt there will be a ton more threads about Snow Leopard. I waited a little bit to install it, but had some spare time today so did the deed. So, iTunes wont start up. Lots of threads about it not closing, but it just wont open for me. Installed the latest version, tried updates, disk permission repairs etc - no joy. Half my applications need Rosetta. OK, I know this isn't Apple's fault, but jeez, so many things wont run it's crazy. I thought the odd old piece of software wouldn't work, but no, a ton of it has issues. It's sluggish. I've read about leaving it for a few hours so Spotlight can do it's thing, but I don't believe that. I have the fastest 24" iMac and it's running slow. Real slow. I updated, not a clean install, but I see no real difference in disk usage. In fact I have less now than before, which is odd. Boot time is slower than before. So, guess I'll have to just wait for 10.6.1 to come out to fix these issues? I don't care about iTunes, I can use VLC. I do care that I can't update my iPhone, but I'll use alternative methods to do that. I know it's cheap, but it seems like a point upgrade, not a new OS. Windows 7 though, wow, that's really nice (well, it has some nice features). Apart from it's crazy disk usage, it's really quite good. I reckon between the two, MS did the better release in terms of upping there game. Now they are only 5 years behind T.