I think I've posted about this before, but if you have a notebook and can spare the time to (potentially) kernel panic your machine, I'd appreciate if some of you would give this a try: With the PB (or iBook) on, plug in in any USB device. Close the lid of the PB, putting it to sleep. While the PB is asleep, unplug the USB device. Now open the lid to wake the PB. If your system is like mine, instant kernel panic, with the USB driver implicated in the screen dump. I'd like to know if this is just me or if it's more general. It's a pretty serious problem, especially given the ergonomics of the PBG4, where the obvious thing to do at the end of the day is to close the lid and then unplug stuff from the back of the system (e.g. power, ethernet and USB devices). Also, if the problem is more widespread, how would you guys recommend reporting this to so it has a snowball's chance of showing up on the task queue of an actual developer?