I've posted here since this isn't really a technical post, and since the reader will need a bit of humor (if you are easily offended, stop reading here). I've learned the real reason for the move to MobileMe. Apparently, Apple has been unable to control .Mac's naughty behavior. It seems that .Mac has developed a bit of an attitude and quite a sense of humor. A dirty sense of humor, but a sense of humor none the less. In the wake of the MobileMe transition, I decided to go ahead and pay for a full version of .Mac. I've been using the trial version, but decided to set up a full version under a completely different user name. The primary use I have for .Mac / MobileMe is iDisk. Actually, that's my only reason for getting it. But, I figured that if I was going to get an e-mail with it anyway, that I'd rather have .Mac than .me. So, I signed-up now so that I'd know my e-mail address would be at .Mac. That brings me to my rather shocking surprise. Upon registering, I then proceeded to setup iDisk again with my new account. Along with that, I decided to tell iDisk (in my system preferences) that I wanted to put a password on my public folder. Here's where it gets interesting. I decided to see what passwords it would suggest to me. So, I clicked the button for password suggestions in the dialog box (under passwords for public folder). There, I got quite a surprise. .Mac revealed it has a rather dirty mind and threw a lot of rather suggestive passwords my way. One of them was so bad that I couldn't dream of posting it (a bit racial - don't ask, I won't repeat that one). So, while not complete, here is a list of actual password suggestions from .Mac for my iDisk account (obviously, I chose something that was not on the list). Here you go... Enjoy: boob93)hoagy (is this a new kind of hoagie/hoagy sandwich??? I'll let you draw your own mental picture) smut307!Cleo (Write your own joke here) Elise8'poke (is that 8 feet???) I'll leave the rest of the suggestions below for you to fill in your own meaning. bush893-moan imml98/boobs kink76@hayed sex69}slacks mount5-naked (obviously) balls19!hung slave2@kicks spew97(nukes pukes21_USDA prowl95\peep Honestly, all of the above were actually suggested by the iDisk password box for password protecting your public iDisk folder. I was a bit surprised. I was beginning to wonder if Apple had turned .Mac into an adult site. I guess the setting was correct, those would be "memorable" passwords.