Hello, I have been wondering recently if Mac OS X Snow Leopard users that don't upgrade to Mac OS X Lion will see problems with application support for common applications. I know that Lion is only $30, but I really don't see myself upgrading as I enjoy Snow Leopard and that way I suppose that $30 will remain in my pockets (or not go towards an operating system). ; ) I can see that future products, say Photoshop CS6 for example, could require Mac OS X 10.7 when it is released. I am more so wondering about applications that are currently out there, commonly used, and available for download. Applications like Caffeine (to give an example, although I am aware that Caffeine offers a 10.4 download) and the like. Would it be likely to see such common applications lose support for 10.6 when 10.7 comes out? I am sorry if this all sounds kind of naive, but I only started using Mac OS X a number of months ago and have not been around for a new operating system release. What kind of problems could I run into if I stick to Snow Leopard? Thanks everyone.