First off, I'd like to declare my MacRumors virginity taken! What a feeling. So I imagine quite a few people are using Lion on their Macs and are loving the new features and capabilities Apple has included in the OS, which make the system a lot more appealing and user friendly. I have one particular gripe about the gestures, however (In Safari and Finder more specifically). I'm sure people have noticed the new "wipe" feature when going forwards or backwards while browsing, and while I must say it looks great, it has completely slowed down my browsing experience. On a lot of pages (Facebook and my university's online web resource site in particular), whenever I use the gesture to go back, the page swipes away and what appears to be happening is that the previous page is loading. Cool! However most often than not, it loads the page I was just on and doesn't go back. I often have to gesture twice concurrently to browse back to the page I want to go to, and sometimes it even loads a blank page and I have to reload the whole thing. This is incredibly irritating (especially when filling out forms, I find myself having to re-send things multiple times) and I was wondering if anybody else is experiencing this and if there's anything that can be done about it. Not to mention, the gesture to go back and forth in Finder has been completely wiped out, leaving me to manually click the arrows in the corner of the window whenever I want to quickly navigate through folder sets. I used to be a Firefox purist but I found countless bugs in its GUI and basic operation so I'm not looking to switch browsers. As for Finder, I'm sure theres a way to enable the gesture navigation again but I just can't seem to find it anywhere. Any help?