Hello, Mac (and perhaps PC) people. My Dad installed Mac OS X Lion on his iMac early this morning. I wasn't able to stop him because I didn't know he updated to Lion, and now, he's going through hell. He relies on Rosetta a lot because he still owns a G5 and uses it side-by-side with his iMac for his photography business, hence using PowerPC apps on his iMac. He cannot replace his G5 with a Mac Pro or other newer Mac because he owns a super sized EPSON printer that dropped driver support for Macs after Tiger, which is what he runs on his G5, and it's simply out of his budget. Plus, he doesn't have the time to upgrade or replace the printer because he's constantly working. And he simply cannot update his software and drivers on his G5 because once again, they dropped support for intel Macs (and/or OS X 10.5 and newer), and my Dad doesn't have the time or money, now. My Dad forgot to backup his content before installing Lion, too. He attempted to downgrade back to Snow Leopard, with no success. It rejected him on the spot. Now, the question is, is there a way to downgrade back to Lion without erasing, restoring a backup that's too old, or ?