OK, so many people make these claims about how OS X and the apple experience are so user-friendly, while f.ex. Linux is "hard" for new users. And it all starts with installation of the OS. OS X is supposed to be easy, while Linux has all sorts of problems - so the myth goes. Reality: the myth of "easy" installation of OS X is BS. For the past 30 minutes I've been trying to reinstall OS X Tiger on my iBook. I have the original installation discs. It's impossible. Here's what they tell you: insert disc 1 and click on "install os x and bundled software". Well, that gets you exactly nowhere. Here's what happens: the first screen appears and tells you "click restart and begin the installation process", then it restarts EJECTS the disc and goes into the regular old startup as if nothing happened. I repeated this several times - same result. I got Airport and Bluetooth turned off. I also tried pressing C on startup - all that results in is a grey screen with a flashing folder with a question mark. This should NEVER happen. OS X is easy to install? BULL. I can't get beyond step one. Unacceptable. Funny, I just re-installed XP on my inspiron - no problem. But OS X? The installation process is crap. Anyone have any ideas how to get this pig going? Or is this POS operating system fatally flawed when it comes to reinstallation?