Ok, I am 3/4 of the way through the Jobs biography and it's an awesome story but it keeps coming back to the "artistry" and that it has always been for creative people and so forth... For the past 12 years I had been wondering way people say this because I still can't make it do what I want it to do as far as art goes...it always bothered me that you have to buy something to put in it to be able to make even simple things like event flyers. When I look at the graphics section here, there seem to be a zillion choices of different stuff that you have to buy and install. As an artist, I have been told I need to get Adobe Illustartor which costs $800 and you basically have to take a college class to learn to use it! That's ridiculous! 12 years ago, I sat down at some cheap IBM computer and zipped out a bunch of product labels, brochures and event flyers using my art work and it was so easy. Mostly, it allowed me to do what I wanted like overlapping lettering and curving and showing the fonts. Jobs was apparently crazy about fonts, yet Macs come with only a few plain fonts and they aren't even shown in the font that they are (on th iMac) and of the iPad you have to go through like 5 windows to find the bloody fonts and there's only like 10 to choose from!!! How do all you creative, artistic types tolerate the limits? What do regular people buy to be able to do basic graphics, like something under $100? and the limits in IPhoto to make cards and books are mind boggling, I can't believe Steve would make it this crappy and think its great. I think the updates have ruined iPhoto. All this talk about "perfection" and "it just works" , I t all seems overly complicated and limited still to me.