Hey, just wanted to give a shout-out to everyone and say thanks for all the help and that you gave me when I started on the Forums. My first brand new Mac was an iBook G4, last generation, that my dad bought for me for college. It's still up and working with Tiger on it, but it's retired for the most part. 40GB doesn't go a long way. Anyways, with Apple's new Schemes and Tricks and Lock-downs for developers and their other hardware products, I've finally said goodbye to the Mac world. Apple is really showing how much of an anti-trust they can fall into - Microsoft was in one I know, but still never thought I would see Apple stoop to these kinds of lows. Lately, they removed a popular game off of the App Store - Gnu Go (a chess game) because the FSF stepped in and said hey, these terms violate the GPLv2 Licensing agreement. Another few items, when they went with Intel, I was hoping their prices would drop - they haven't, some have went higher, granted I could save up 2 checks and buy a Mac Mini, I don't even want to bother. Does anyone else miss the old G3/G4/G5 days? Does anyone miss when Apple was a "better" company? Maybe it's just me, I'll still check out the forums, but for now, I feel that Apple is the newest monopoly player. I'm a PC, I used to be a Mac, but I feel betrayed by Apple with their newest lock-downs. Good luck all!