Hi all, A quick question about OSX speed in general: I am coming from using PC's, both Windows XP and Windows 7. After playing with the brand new MBP 13 and 15 quad i5/i7's at the Apple store, I have to say that a big gripe is how long it takes to launch software. On a PC, when I launch Chrome/Word/Excel/Powerpoint/etc, the software launches so quickly that I can not even count the load time. It's probably < 0.5 seconds. However, when I attempted to launch all of these on OSX, there is always this awful delayed feeling as I watch the icon on the toolbar bounce 3-5x. NOTE: This was NOT a first-load issue where the software was trying to configure itself. I loaded each software item, closed it, and launched again to even let it cache. I am sitting here on a PC desktop from 2002 that launches Excel -instantly-. (There is no office startup helper running, either). Why can't OSX have this same kind of speed? Is there something I am missing?