Predictions for Mac OS X v10.7, assuming we don't see Mac OS XI announced next year. Name: Lion, Lynx, Cougar, or Clouded Leopard Do you see a visual trend here that reflects actual OS improvements?: First box brings major new features, second box improves. Third box brings major new features, fourth box improves. Fifth box brings major new features, sixth box improves. So I'm guessing the seventh box will bring major new features! Special feature speculation: *Unparalleled security thanks to the work by Ivan Krstic *Facial recognition for security and a more involved user experience *Blu ray support *Significantly improved speech recognition to allow more accurate and further-reaching voice control of the computer *Some major kind of new feature for the desktop, like visually storing groups of windows on the side maybe rather than minimized to the dock *Boot Camp that lets both OSes be powered on, but one would be sleeping at a time, so you can instantly switch between them without waiting, while getting full hardware support, kind of like account switching is now *Full support of NTFS and default usage of ZFS *Windows compatibility layer *Hulu integration with Front Row *3G wireless cell network internet access *iChat that can work with all kinds of different accounts, like Adium, but actually works well with video, and phone out/in calls *Desktop spaces with unique customizable docks and backgrounds per space *Calculator integration with Grapher *More integration of dictionary, iCal and Address book throughout all apps, including Firefox and web apps like Google Docs and Google Calender *Ability to integrate with and control future home security/climate/entertainment systems Anything else totally awesome you think we might possibly get for 10.7? Do tell!