So, as you may know, I've recently made the Leopard Market (beta 2 coming soon, sorry for delays). I've used it myself and I've found that the experience isn't all so great. On the slower Macs, and even on my G5, it's annoying to have to fire up a web browser to download an app. The easiest way around this is to make the Leopard Market a foxbox. The foxbox has a few advantages: -Apps can be downloaded without leaving the app you're in -It will run on 10.4, so there's no need for a Tiger Market. Just download the apps that work with Tiger! -The Leopard Market currently uses the old Safari to display webpages (put in simple terms. With TenFourFox, it can run a better and more advanced website, with animations and things like that But there are disadvantages: -The foxbox will not launch as quickly, and may not behave as quick on slower Macs -The top buttons (like "Featured") can not be customized. This is the main new feature in beta 2 What do you think? Should I redesign the Leopard Market and make it a foxbox, or stay with what I'm currently doing?