I'm currently considering making the switch from XP to OSX but I have a few questions: 1) In Windows Explorer, if you navigate to a particular folder it's possible to copy the entire path of the folder because it is displayed in the "Address Bar". I know with Finder you can see where you're at but how in the world can you copy that location to the clipboard? I know that if you "Get Info" of a file in a folder it shows you the entire path, but it's not selectable. It's often easier for me to just copy the file path as opposed to typing it all out. Is this possible within Finder? 2) I know that by default Finder only shows thumbnails of images where they're created by an application (like Photoshop), but it's also possible to have Finder create them on the fly by selecting an option. However, I noticed that it doesn't always create a thumbnail for every image. I applied this option and set it to occur on every window, but sometimes when I would navigate to another folder full of jpegs I wouldn't see thumbnails. Why? I know these questions might seem minor to some people, but from a long-term Windows user it would baffle me if OS X didn't have this simple functionality built into Finder. 3) I'm a heavy multitasker when I'm getting work done in Windows. At any given point I have Outlook, FeedDemon, uTorrent, Firefox (with 5-10 tabs open), AIM, Yahoo Widgets, Object Dock, Photoshop (usually PS7 because it gets the job done with less resources than CS2), Dreamweaver, Notepad, Calculator, WinAmp or iTunes and Windows Media Player (maybe not all doing something at the same time, but minimized for quick access), and a few Explorer windows ALL running. Oh, and ofcourse Norton and Apache are running in the background. And this is all on a 1.8Ghz, 768MB Windows XP box. I asked a good friend of mine who owns an older G4 Powerbook if multitasking like this on OSX is possible and he said that it would kill his machine if he did all those things. I've also read that OSX doesn't do that great of a job managing memory, so would multitasking like this make things horribly slow? Would it be possible to do this on a new Macbook Pro? Honest answers are appreciated. Thanks!