OpenGL 3.0+ - still not implemented, even in 10.6.7 "Mission Control" - Exposé/Spaces on steroids XServe - gone Resolution Independence - Nothing since Leopard beta's Leopard Beta's iChat "Answering Machine" - great way to leave recorded video/audio Away messages and replies - great for the deaf - and to access them from any system away from home. ZFS+ - bought out, Apple could have grabbed it with their billions, would have been great for high volume systems Leopard 10.7 Developer Beta's - none yet when Tiger/Leopard/Snow Leopard had bi-weekly releases for at least a year before GM launch, and most new features made front-page MacRumors threads - replaced by iOS since 2007. Dedicated display line-up - a stripped down 27" iMac LED LCD panel with only mini-Display Port (no 20/24/30" models) Mid-level tower - None, expensive/over powered Xeon server Mac Pro replaced the reasonable priced PowerMac G5 64-bit integration - not even iLife '11 Professional Applications - Aperture now has "Share to Facebook" on a Pro-App... Final Cut Pro - Upcoming Release will may have features such as "Share to Facebook", "dumbing it down" 10.6.z Updates - focused around iOS, er, OS X App Store So I'm curious pm what people think of Apple's roadmap. Do you believe Apple is slowly phasing out Prosumer level systems/Applications, focusing on iOS/iDevices?