I have a half question, half satement. I have a few friends who are pure unix people, and have extensive professional know-how regarding Unix. I encouraged them to try OSX, and they did, using many of the open features of the Apple terminal. They have discovered, at least in their opinion, many changes in Apple's version of Unix, which has been "stripped down" according to them. They say is loses many of the cooler functions of pure Unix, and is harder to work with, especially in regards to networking. Does anyone else know anything about this? If this is true, its a sneaky way Apple can claim Unix functionality, but sacrificing some of Unix's quality. Im a unix user, but not a power user, so I dont know tons about it except from the SGI's at school.