Alright, now before you all say "wth... OS X 10.6 is just hardly being whispered about why are you worried about 10.7". My answer to that is: OS X 10.6 is sounding like it'll be a simple upgrade to make OS X faster more efficient, and just perfect every detail. (which sounds great, because as great as OS X is... it needs a little fine-tuning). But furthermore I think 10.6 is a preparation for 10.7. With windows 7 coming out, apple is gonna need multi-touch in their OS soon otherwise everyones gonna think apple is copying microsoft... because thats just the way things are. >.> So baically I think 10.6 will be simple fine-tuning so that when 10.7 comes along everything will already be smooth like butter. What I really wanted to get at in this topic is, lets assume 10.7 will have multi-touch, (not the simple stuff that we got right now with just a track pad) how will apple do it? Biggest issue I see for both microsoft and Apple is How will they convince everyone to go out and buy a new computer? We can already tell microsofts way of doing it, is actually not very thought out, they plan on just getting producers to make laptops, and desktops and such that support multi-touch. Honestly thats ridiculously dumb and should have been thought out better. It'll work in the end, but at the start market penetration will be slow. Way I think apple SHOULD do this, is alot more simple and easier all around. They simply release OS X 10.7 with multi-touch support (plus optional mouse/keyboard support), and then with that they release a peripheral that plugs into the USB drive, this peripheral would basically just be a large multi-touch track pad. This way it'd work in any mac, just simply plug it in, and install OS X 10.7 and bamn magically that mac supports multi-touch now. Even PowerPC macs could do it. Then in the future, new macbooks, instead of a keyboard just have a giant track pad... Now i know your thinking... "a giant track pad sounds boring" I agree, but what if it had a screen? Maybe it wont/maybe it will it depends on whihc way apple wants to go. Well im just saying what im thinking, how do you expect apple to do this?