With the "Back to the Mac" campaign nearing an end, what's left for the next OSX-Cat to offer?. Other than the remaining things Apple can port over from iOS6 (which are minor) before they're in synch, I wonder what 10.9 will bring in 10 months or so? There's nothing left. Just like iOS has been basically the same for a long time, OSX will most likely maintain the same look and feel from now on and only undergo minor changes. And Apple now has the release schedule to corroborate this. (more frequent updates always diminishes expectations). Personally, I think OSX "innovation" peaked with Leopard. I consider Snow Leopard a badly needed rewrite of Leopard and what Leopard should've been. Same goes for Lion/ML. Love it or hate it, Lion was a big change. Perhaps I'm a fool but I'm waiting to see what Apple builds "on top of" Mountain Lion once all the iOS crap is done. Can't imagine what that will be though. But if the precedent that Apple has set with the last two "sub" cats means anything (2 Leopards and 2 Lions now), then 10.9 will be a new critter entirely and needs the innovation to warrant that distinction.