As some of you know, I recently converted after a year of fence sitting, lust, and abject amazement with everything Apple. I didn't think that it would be a revolutionary decision or anything, just a new operating system. I got a good deal on a Cube and a 15" studio display, and I jumped. It's not the fastest machine in the world, granted, but it's totally changed my life. I never knew that using a computer could be so enjoyable. It's really quite refreshing to do everything I need to do (word process, surf, edit photos, web design, archive music, and play a game or two) in such an intuitive and user-friendly manner. I have gone from viewing these tasks as work to looking forward to the time I spend at my desk. I am more productive on this machine than I have ever been before. As much as I hate to admit it, I am addicted to the Macintosh. It doesn't hurt that the Cube is quite the conversation starter, either. So I was basically wondering what caused all of you to start using Macs in the first place. What has your experience been like? I honestly feel like I just woke up from a bad dream, but so much more. Sorry for the over-emoting there, but it's the truth. What about you folks?