To clarify, does anyone think that the Spaces, Exposé, Time Machine etc. apps in the Leopard Applications folder will remain in the final version, or are they more there for developers and once the final version is out, they will merely roll back to be accessible through System Preferences? It's a minor annoyance, but something that I think should be done. It's much the same as Dashboard. It's a built in and underlying technology, just have a Sys Prefs pane and leave it out the apps folder. Also, I'm wondering about Screen Sharing and Resolution Independence. Very little has been made of these and other new or improved features. Does anyone have any updated screenshots of Resolution Independence for example. Screen Sharing would be something Apple could be shouting about to the education sector. A teacher can show an entire class at the same time how to do something without them taking their eyes off their own screen. Much better for learning I think.