I know some of you might yell "no, not this thread again", but I'm not starting a flame war. I just want to ask what you find fascinating in Mac that PCs can't offer. I've been using both PCs and Macs; I started with PCs and then bought an MBP in 2008 and an MBA in 2011. To be honest, I only buy macs because: 1. They have top-notch design and quality build. Only Vaio can vie with macbooks. 2. MBA is the best machine in the ultrabook category 3. Smooth OS, beautiful UI, easy to learn 4. I don't have to spend pointless cash on anti-virus programs 5. Decent battery life. That's it. In short, albeit expensive, Macs are decent for casual users. Past some point, one will find that Macs can't satisfy niche interests. Some examples 1. Gaming 2. Modding for games 3. Corporate work. iWork is ok for casual users, but for professional work, it is a joke (except from Keynote). Numbers are no match with Excel. Pages can't edit some of Words features. We have Office 2011, but features are still limited compared to the Windows version, and Office 2013 has been out in Windows for a long time. 4. If one is into Android needs rooting, then Windows is a must. Etc. Some devices have root applications, but in my case, Note 2, doesn't. Because Macs caters for only a small percentage of computer users, there are not many applications written for macs, thus those who have special interests must have bootcamp (defeats the purpose of Mac OS, aye?) or buy a PC. I hear people say Mac excels as a designing tool, though I'm not into that but from what I understand, Autocad, Adobe softwares and Sony Vegas are all available in Windows too?