What a week it's been! On Monday of this week we were introduced to Leopard. And to be totally honest, some of us were overly excited while others were disappointed and left out in the cold. The main point of debate I've noticed on all the forums seems to be the "new" interface. Personally I like it. After toying around with Menushade for a week I can totally understand the transparent menubar. It shows off the beauty that is Aqua. But while surfing with a severe case of boredom i stumbled upon the vista site (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/windowsvista/seeit/default.mspx) and discovered something - and no it's not that Apple ripped off their site. Yeah Vista is "glossy" and all that jazz but it's actually more confusing than XP. When I look at a window is Vista I can't tell what's going on. There is too much gloss and shine. It makes me wanna turn away from the screen and how functional is that? The point is I can now see where Apple is going with the interface. As they probably predicted, MS took from Aqua, they tried to replicate the beauty and elegance that is a Mac. And of course in famous MS style they overdid it, big time. So I think apple took away from their OS. Leopard will most definitely be the most useful operating system in the world. Stacks and the transparent menubar both make this statement true. Add these to all the new features and I can see a little about how the future of computing is going to be.