I cannot stand it much longer, been on Lion since its launch. It is not the Mac experience I have been used to from Tiger to Snow Leopard. There is a lot of waiting in Lion, on my mid-2010 13" MacBook Pro. - Boot up feels like it's back to Win XP. - After log in with password, menubar items (I don't have many) and the whole system takes ages till it's ready for me to click on stuff and get to work. - When I'm away from computer and the system requires a password for me to log back in, the log in page doesn't even appear. I have to manually use the mouse cursor to "brush" away the frozen screen to reveal the screen areas where I can type in my password to log back in. - Launching apps generally takes longer. - Not to mention Safari, where it's not uncommon I have 10+ tabs open at the same time, sometimes even more, it takes an eternity when the system restores from standby or when I log back in from time out. I have disabled "Restore windows when quitting and re-opening apps" in System Preference, but it doesn't help much really. Anybody else experiencing similar, or able to offer solutions?