OK. I've been using OS X since October 2003 (12" 1GHz Powerbook) and have been using it exclusively (aside from work) since just before Christmas. In that time, I've only found two solid complaints. 1. /Applications becomes just plain obnoxious after a while. I'm a minimalist at heart, so having everything in the Dock just pisses me off. I can handle this in Windows by rearranging the Start Menu as needed to suit my needs. I suppose I could manage my own pseudo-Start Menu, but that's a kluge I'd rather not deal with. I don't want to install a third-party launcher (such as Quicksilver), either, because, like I said, I'm a minimalist. Now ... 2. I can't figure out how to paste plaintext from one app to another. Safari and iChat are the biggest offenders here. I copy text from a site, paste it into iChat, and holy crap, it's friggin' huge. That just pisses me off. Ugh. So ... my question here is ... am I missing something? Is that an obvious solution to either problem (or, if I'm lucky, both)? Is there an elegant work-around for either? Thanks.