New old Mac guy here. After 23 years as a PC guy, I've decided to return (yes return) to a Mac. My last Mac was a 1987 Mac Plus, then in 1988 I went over to the "dark side" (i.e., PC). About six months ago, I decided to return to a Mac . . . . But why pay sales tax? That's a lot of money on a $3000 purchase (27", i7, 16Gb, 2Tb drive, 2MB video card . . . all the updates), so I waited until this past Friday to purchase during Missouri's sales tax holiday. I wanted to get my order in as soon as possible, so just a few minutes after midnight (the sales tax holiday started at 12:01---I checked) I started the order and pushed the "place the order" button just past 1:00 a.m. . . . which is just past 11:00 p.m. on Thursday in California, so when my confirmation email came, there was sales tax! So I called and was first informed that I bought too early then was told the problem would be fixed "in 24--48 hours." It wasn't and still isn't. The computer will be here tomorrow or the next day and at this point I'm thinking about refusing it and . . . and buying two or maybe three PCs (you know, they're cheaper). I searched the forums here and don't see that anyone here has had the same issue. Any thoughts or advice? I really thought I wanted to be a new old Mac guy, but I'm having doubts.