Of course I'm no doubt going to get a load of abuse after this message but seriously, after forking out £1k on a MBP I expected it to be ***** hot compared to my recently deceased (after 5 years, though) Dell Laptop purchased for £400. I seem to discover more issues or a slow response to programs rather than being wow'd by what it has to offer. Maybe this could be an ongoing thread for other users who encounter similar or new frustrations which perhaps other users have solutions to. 1) When I open an e-mail through Mail I want to see the e-mail in a full screen window, not one half the size which can't even be expanded. Very poor. 2) From this week only I am now getting a message through Mail saying "Connections to the server smtp.live.com on the default ports timed out. Select a different outgoing mail server from the list below or click Try Later to leave the message in your Outbox until it can be sent. Now I'm not sure if this is due to a recent OSX update, because I had no issues sending e-mails before. Either way it's really annoying not to mention disappointing. 3) No delete button! What the hell! Instead you have to press two buttons 'fn and back space'. 4) Why on earth we as users don't have the option to have ALL programs/applications (not just some!) in a window that fits all of the screen is beyond me. 5) HDMI connection to TV. I have connected to 2 different TV's both with disappointing outcomes which I never encountered when hooking my previous laptop up to a TV via HDMI. When I drag the movie across to the TV and put it in full screen mode, I then have a blank screen on my MBP and am unable to do anything on there. On the other TV I tried, when I moved the movie across to the TV and put it in full screen mode, it went full screen on the laptop instead of the TV. On the Windows laptop I didn't have to mess about with any settings or try out different TV's, I could literally plug it in and choose to either have a mirrored or extended desk top. 6) Opening one program but it jumping onto another open program beforehand. Why on earth does it do this!? 7) The compress feature doesn't actually reduce the size of all the files once compressed, as we're led to believe. 8) When opening a program it doesn't seem as responsive as it was on a Windows laptop. I find myself thinking 'come on, any time now'. 9) Viewing photos. So far so terrible. With my Windows laptop I could open a picture, whether that be as an attachment in an e-mail or one saved on my computer, and it would be open in less than a second. With a MBP you have to wait ages for it to open in Preview or through something like Aperture. After that I can't even use my arrow keys to scroll through the other photos in that folder at a fast pace and instead have to open up each one individually. 10) When I plug in my external HD it never seems to recognise it and show it in my Devices. 11) I use UTorrent and if I delete a torrent then it deletes the actual downloaded file as well. When I did this in Windows it would just literally delete the torrent and I had no worries as to whether the file I downloaded would also be gone. I think that's about it...for now!