I've been a mac user/lover for decades. My wife was a PC user. I switched her over to a mac last year and she's been on it exclusively and while she uses it - she's not a "fan" as I am. Then, this week, she went to her moms (who got a Dell for a laptop last year, over my strenuous protests. Wife said the PC will be easier b/c mom's used to it.) and is now trying to get her PC (Windoze 7 based) laptop to print, get email, just basic stuff. The point? Here's her email to me yesterday: I take no small satisfaction from this (though her mom is still stuck w/ a POS. I may suggest selling it and getting a mac, but we'll see). It would appear my wife has been "mac'd." This is what Apple employees call it when someone really "gets" the wonder of the Mac. I was Mac'd in early 90's when I was working at Apple. Same thing happened a few years ago - sold my used imac to a friend who had been a PC person. He emailed a few weeks later and said "Yes, Mac's definitely are different and better."