Have any of you noticed the way a lot of Windows/Linux fans promote PCs over Macs? I notice that they seem to make comparisons based on price and specs, rather than the total experience, which I think misses the point of why a lot of people buy Macs. Yes, there are plenty of Dells and Lenovos that I could've gotten for the same price or less than my MBP, but they wouldn't have given me the same experience that I have right now. Specs and numbers are meaningless if I know that I'm going to hate dealing with the computer, no matter HOW fast it is or how many extra features it has. You could offer me an Alienware loaded with top-of-the-line specs for free, and I'd probably end up selling it and buying an iMac, simply because the Alienware wouldn't be an enjoyable experience for me. I actually think that a lot of this is related to 'left- and right-brained' ways of viewing computingfor example, someone interested in more analytical and numerical uses of a computer might be more interested in a PC with high specs, but someone who prefers to see their computing experience as holistic might enjoy a Mac more. There's also the matter of aesthetics, which seems to be more of a concern for Apple than other computer vendors. (For example, look at ThinkPads, or practically anything made by Toshiba.) What I'm trying to say is that this whole matter is subjective, and I wish that some people would just lay their objections to people buying Macs/PCs to rest. I'm not 'less' than a typical PC user because I use a Mac, and they're not less than me because they use a PC with a different OS. I've done a longer write-up about it here: Left- and Right-Brained Computing.