I'm new to the OS X world and I'm trying to figure out the best way to get *nix software for my Mac. I started using Macports before I was aware of Fink, but before I download any more software I'd like some opinions on which one is better. I'm aware that Macports compiles packages when you install them, while Fink offers precompiled binaries. I don't care whether I get my packages precompiled or not -- I'm looking for other reasons why I should use one over the other. Anyone want to make a case for one or the other? My inclination now is toward Fink, but only because I have more experience with Debian and apt, and my one attempt at Gentoo and emerge was a bit of a disaster.