I brought this up in another thread and seemed to get a lot of similar vibes. My first personal Mac was a Dual 500 G4. It came with OS9. I've always been interested the development of OSX since it came out and awaited each new version with baited breath. I would always preorder the new version if I could, even if I didn't install it right away, I usually wait a while before I do. But I HAD it. The same was true for each version and the anticipation and excitement grew with each version to come along. Waiting for Tiger and Leopard in particular was an awesome right. Apple fanboy in his prime! All that said... For me, Lion came and went (is) without any fanfare. I didn't really bother with keeping up on new developments. I don't really know or care about any "new" features it may have. Does it even? Does an Appstore DL make it lame? What, do disc? Has what Apple has done with Final Cut Pro made me bitter? Whatever the case, I never bought it, heck I don't even remember when it was released. Simply put, I couldn't care less about Lion. Is that weird? It's for no apparent reason it seems. Do I subconsciously feel Snow Leopard is the pinnacle of OSX? I really don't know. When thinking about a new Mac Pro one of the first things to cross my mind is "I wonder if it will run SL?" Anyone else notice this on this round of OSX? Lion what?