Picked up my first Mac yesterday, a 20" iMac Core 2 Duo (my setup last night), stock for now. I have spent much of the last 24 hours learning the ins and outs of various things. It took me awhile to get my MX1000 bluetooth's buttons working the way I wanted to (thank you SteerMouse), my network shares mounted automatically at boot (thank you AppleScript -- although it still asks me if I want to run it at boot), and all the software that I need installed. I have a few issues that I hope you experts can help me with. First of all, a concern: the menubar appears to be burning into the screen already! When I go to restart, for example, and the menu bar disappears and I have a plain blue screen for a few seconds, I can see a ghost where the menu bar used to be. It doesn't appear to be permenant, because if I put on a video for an hour or something that fills the screen, and then log out or reboot, it's not there. However, I have owned a lot of LCDs and I've never seen one do this. At least not any LCD made in the last 10 years. It concerns me. Second, some customization issues: I installed UNO and immediately loved it -- everything looks so much better being all uniform -- but I have some work to do on the dock. I've seen a few people's screenshots here and there where they have their dock icons separated into "groups" with space between them. I have searched all over and I can't find what app does this. Any help would be appreciated. Third, those darn home/end keys. I'm a programmer most of the time, so having home/end keys that actually go to the home or end of the row that I'm in is essential. I found a hack of sorts that takes care of that in every app but FireFox -- and it's driving me batty. Anyone know how to make them behave correctly in FF too? Finally, with regards to mounting my network shares. I don't like them being -- for lack of my knowledge of the real term -- "abstractly" mounted on the desktop. I want to specify a mount point in the file system, like I could in Linux. However, in linux you use /etc/fstab to do this, but apparently not in OSX. Any pointers? I'm sure I'll come up with other things soon. Most of my issues I have been able to resolve through searching this forum or searching on Google. I ask your patience as you help me with these last few. Thank you!