What IS the big deal with Snow Leopard? Here are some "features" I am seeing when I scroll through Apple's webpage. Also, let me preface this by saying I own a X3100 MacBook, and am not "thrilled" at some of the grand central features which are geared towards the newer computers... -1.4x JPEG icon refresh -Faster installation -Faster time machine initial backup (you only do these once, so...who cares?) -Chinese character input (won't work on iMac or whitebooks) -Automatic Time Zone setup -More reliable disk eject -Gamma 2.2 -Automatic printer driver updates -4 new fonts -Date in menu bar -Reorderable mail sidebar Just a few of the lackluster "features" in 10.6. Quicktime X seems great, as do some of the few small features. But why a whole new product? Just for grand central? I think when they say "refinement" that's really all it is. But then again, it is only a $30 upgrade... Your thoughts?