I noticed this sorta neat thing about the drop shadow on the windows in Leopard. In that screen, as you can see the finder window in the middle has a VERY dark, and VERY heavy drop shadow. What is different about that particular window? It's simple, there is about 20+ other finder windows DIRECTLY underneath that window. I know this is no breakthrough featuring or GUI improvement, I just find it cool, how the drop shadow to a window increases when there is lots of windows beneath it, cause it sorta makes THAT window seem to be sticking out more, whihc makes sense cause if there is tons of windows underneath it, you simply think of it as a pile where it appears to stick out more and more. Only problem is the window that is above the really thickly shadowed window, is shadowed regularily, which pretty much kills the effect of that window sticking out. Also one thing I should note, is ALL the windows underneath have to be set in pretty mcuh the EXACT same spot. Anyways I dont think anyone had noticed this yet before me, so I thought I'd take a screenshot and show/tell you guys, simply cause its sorta neat.