Hi All, Been on these forums for many years now and have witnessed time and again the people that have issues speak up, but those having a good experience remain quiet – for reasons that are natural. Just want to say that I got a new 15” MacBook Pro 2018 2.2 (signature) a couple weeks ago, and have been running macOS Mojave as my main system since. I was cautious at first, with backups (still have them) and ready to switch back to High Sierra if needed, but I am amazed. I upgraded from a faulty 2016 Touch Bar MacBook Pro running macOS Sierra and there is a significant difference in speed, keyboard, and overall stability. I've been running numerous workflows with macOS Mojave on this new Mac and I am finally feeling happy for being a Mac user. It's stable, it's fast, and it's just working. My keyboard also isn't repeating itself, which is nice. I'm also running iOS 12 on my trusty iPhone 6s, and that has also been a very positive experience. (The speed gains with iOS 12 from iOS 11 have truly felt like I got a new iPhone) I recognize not everyone has had such a positive experience, but I have. Take this for what it's worth, and if you decide to jump on the beta train, my recommendation is to do so responsibly with a good mindset that bugs are inevitable and definitely have backups. Thought it was time to speak up in a positive light, and am proud of Apple for delivering an experience I had started to forget. I read so often that Tim's Apple is so different now and loss of quality. Yes, had issues, and I have been pretty vocal about them with the issues on the 2016 MBP's and High Sierra. For the first time ever I was seriously thinking about switching to PC and Android. However, it seems Apple has listened, and more than that, they're doing everything they can to correct the wrongs and improve quality. This is "Tim's Apple", but remember that there are many, many people under him that want what is best for the Apple community (including Tim). Looking forward to the GM builds!