Hi all, Here's what happened. I had bought a Macbook about 9 months ago. Unfortunately, last week I spilled white wine on it and it died. I am in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and the machine was bought in Poland. Either way I took it to authorized service and the guy told me that Logic was shot. Replacing it, according to him, didn't have much sense, because it's very expensive and still I couldn't have any guarantees that something else wouldn't come up later, after the fix. So I decided to buy a new one. The only difference is that it's running Leopard, as opposed to Tiger on the previous machine. I told the technicians to move all my data from the old macbook to the new one (it was bought at the same place), and so they did. When I arrived home with the new computer, I noticed that the systems performance is slower: - The genie effect is glitchy - The dock appears in a glitchy way - switching between the window is slower and glitchy - there is a visible delay between clicking an icon and taking action, be it opening windows, or opening apps. - Safari, stops to respond virtually every time I try to close it. - Some other applications also crash, but not as often as Safari. I browsed through this forum and found out that, at least for a vast majority of people, the swith from Tiger to Leopard was of great benefit and the system actually respond quicker and smoother. And this is not even in the case of a brand new machine! I disabled the 3D dock and played around with some settings of Spotlight. It's still the same. I am not that much into macs, as I have been using them for only 9 months, but still something seems not all right. If I wanted to have an unresponsive computer I would have bought a PC, right? The amount of data moved between the computers was of roughly 70 Gigs. Is it possible that such a transfer might have choked it a bit? It still has 10 gigs of free space... Any ideas, guys?