It's very unusual for me to still be on a previous version of OS X. I'm usually permanently on-board with every new iteration of OS X at beta 3 at the latest...until now. It mostly has to do with privacy (i.e. spying) in my case. I'm not sure I like the idea of populating iCloud with my Documents folder. Nor do I like the continued "dumbing down" of OS X by way of iOS-ificiation and deprecating formerly useful apps like Disk Utility. Is macOS slowly going the way of Windows in the (lack of) privacy department? Windows 10's built-in spy engines are a big controversy, but other companies are moving towards a similar agenda. Although Apple didn't sign on to the PRISM surveillance program until years after Microsoft, Facebook, and Google did, they did so eventually, and the same will be true here as well, in my opinion. What do you guys think about this "differential privacy" on Sierra? Am I being paranoid? Where do you see macOS going? I'm just sick of the efforts of being controlled every time I turn around.