Today is my second day with my first Mac, a 15" 2011 MBP. I gotta say, hardware aside, this is the best software I've ever had the pleasure of using. Everything about the way it runs is easy, neat, and every ingrained graphical image looks amazingly good. I haven't had any real problems yet, only been very impressed. I've only downloaded a few applications, such as Adium, Microsoft Office for Mac, and Ventrilo (and Steam, but the coding was garbage so I deleted it). Aside from Steam, it looks like every application on this machine was made by the same person. All the icons look very professional, as well as the UI of each. The buttons on every menu even look great! The way the menu is integrated with the top panel is amazingly useful, intuitive, and innovative. Hell, Office for Mac is better designed than Microsoft's version of Office! Also, even though the screen is technically 1440x900, the graphics seem to be HD to be me anyway. This is a really big point, as it portrays Apple's ability to go above and beyond hardware, similar to their ventures with the iPad (pretty crappy hardware, great user experience). It really seems like Apple has thought of everything, especially with Boot Camp. The ability to pop in the Apple CD and install every driver instantly is insanely awesome for those of us still wanting to do some things in Windows (benchmarking games vs Mac OS X). The touch interface is an entirely different experience. The ability to use the touchpad to replace so many keystrokes and clicks in Windows/Linux is awesome. Not to mention, accessing a desktop full of applications just by swiping up (to access Expose) is probably one of the most useful things I've seen since...who knows what. I could list many, many other things that I continue to be impressed about, but this is probably 5x more than most people are going to bother reading anyway. So I was wondering, does anyone else feel this way? Where do you think OS Xs shortcomings lie? I'd like to know what other people think, too! Cheers, Devin.