So, the idea behind the whole Up-To-Date program is simple enough; buy a Mac after Oct. 1st, and if it doesn't have Leopard installed on it, then you can buy the upgrade for S&H basically. My question is do you all think that the discs that get shipped out be upgrade media, or will it be a full-blown copy of the OS? The reason I ask is because, with a new OS (as I've often done in the past), I prefer to 'start fresh'. In other words, when I install a new OS (be it Windows, Linux, Solaris), I prefer to install onto a formatted HDD instead of upgrade an existing installation. Will that be possible to do with the media that is sent out with this program, or will I have to install Tiger first, and then install Leopard on top of that? How did this work with the 10.3 to 10.4 upgrades? Also, do you think the same 'upgrade' media be shipped out with Macs purchased after the 26th?