So after a long day of trimming Steve's hair he gave me a copy of Lion instead of a tip. After about 6 hours of checking it out I think I'd rather have the tip. The next time I see him I'm going to suggest a few things like... Give me the option to disable Spaces. (But keep Expose'). Screen real estate is at a premium on a 13" MBP and I'd rather use it to see all my windows. I've never used Spaces and don't understand why I'd ever want multiple desktops in a multi-taking environment anyway. So now I basically have Expose' and a useless image of my desktop up top hoarding 20 percent of my screen. I'll go out on a limb here to say that the vast majority of users don't ever use Spaces so why do we have to get dragged into this just for the few that do? And why does a full screen app get it's own space anyway? Is it special? I do like how you can tell OSX not to rearrange the window order in Expose'. They stay put now - just where I left 'em. P.S. Has anyone seen my minimized windows? They're here somewhere. Stop loading all my crap from last session when I boot up. Sure, I can "untick" that option when I shutdown to prevent this but at least remember that I unticked it so I don't have to keep unticking the damn thing. The tab key doesn't work in the shutdown screen so I have to chase down that "tick" box with a mouse arrow each time. This really ticks me off. Scrolling without inertia doesn't work. I can't turn inertia off. (Well, one time I managed to do it but inertia is back again). My eyes are starting to bleed from all that blurry scrolling. HD3000 graphics are just a tad choppy. Fix the drivers please. Gestures-Smestures. The mac community is too trackpad happy. God help the sorry bastard who has arthritis when he needs to 4 finger swipe something. I turned 'em all off. Just 2 finger scrolling and 2 finger tapping for me. The rest is handled by setting up hot corners. One flick of the mouse arrow to a corner and I get the same results plus, hot corners work with a plain old mouse. Unlike Steve's hair, Lion is rich with "reversal" settings for us whiners and I like this. Lion seems to be spunkier than snow leopard as well. (But I still think it's just because I've done a clean install and my copy isn't cluttered up yet). Still don't understand what all the fuss is about with this Launchpad thing. With app names like this and "Mission Control" I think somebody at Apple has a NASA fetish and way too much time on his hands. (That and the guy that thinks his idea to put a leather header on iCal and make the Address book look like a King James Bible is cool. It's not) I was happy to see "Drag Lock" still there. (But under universal access. Go figure). That would have been a deal breaker for me.