http://news.com.com/2100-1001-981495.html?tag=fd_lede2_hed Article basically says how X11 gives Apple legitimacy within the business community (well for those that use Unix, anyway), and also gives legitimacy within the Mac community for developers working on X11 applications. The article says how Linux is still in the forefront for businesses looking to replace Unix. But I think they're wrong! For Unix-centric shops looking to switch, I see Linux on the server side but Macs on the client side. The article correctly pointed out that being able to run Microsoft office on the Mac is a huge attraction. If a company switched from Unix to Linux, they would still have to keep Windows machines to use Office. Mac OS X is the desktop Unix that the market has been waiting for for at least 20 years. I just hope more Unix users come to that realization.