Quickcam Pro 9000 (960-000048) Leopard OS X 10.5.3 I have always loved Logitech during my many years as a PC/Windows user. However, after switching to a Mac well over a year ago I discovered that Logitech not only wasn't a "mac friendly" company but they had no aspiration to be one despite the many complaints. My case in point involves the Quickcam Pro 9000 It took a long time for me to find a Logitech webcam that would work under Mac OS X. About a year ago I bought the Logitech Ultravision webcam which, though not at first advertised to do so, was the very first webcam that could be used with OS X right out of the box with no drivers. It's a great webcam despite the fact it does poorly in low light. So, I see that Logitech releases the Quickcam Pro 9000 and by all rights, it is the same compliant webcam as the Ultravision. After all, right out of the box it does work with Max OS X with iChat. ....but here's the problem....the frame rate is abysmal. I would say this thing is working on 5fps and doesn't get any better. Stupid me for buying this webcam without fully checking all the reviews. Now I find that the problem concerning the frame rate was reported to Logitech months ago and as usual, there's no fix. I ask this seriously as a long-time user of Logitech products.... Why does Logitech hate Mac users? There are very little products the company puts out that are Mac compliant, including their latest and greatest hardware releases. Only a few keyboards support mac. You won't find a Mac keyboard in their diNovo line. Their webcams don't come with OS X drivers. I can almost guarantee you that Logitech will not have a driver for the Quickcam 9000 under Leopard despite the many complaints posted here and across the Internet. I'm not here to be troll. Not looking to stir up trouble. I'm just tired that LOGITECH, one of the BEST companies of its KIND takes a blatantly blind eye towards Mac owners.