So those who went from Mac to PC or simply no longer use OS X (or any other Mac OS) as their primary computer system what made you switch or change? I ask because After about 7 years of owning Apple computers I'm selling off my 3.5 year old Macbook Pro and buying a Lenovo Thinkpad. I started getting more frustrated with incompatible programs, I started to feel limited in what I could do and run on OS X, and was getting tired of having to throw more money at the problem in terms of adapters, programs, etc. And to be honest a small part of me isn't really happy with where Apple seems to be going with their computer lines. I really think OS X is decent but it's limited. I think the Macbook Pro trackpad is the industry's best trackpad bar none. I have a custom built gaming PC at home I made last summer and that's when I started to realize what I was missing out on. I also realized I was spending time and money trying to convert and export files to Windows for others, not being able to run programs, and just feeling like there was too compromise. And yes in a small way a feeling that the Apple ecosystem works great with itself, but not as great if you want to switch or use other systems. All that said I still think Apple is a decent company. While a lot of their devices like the iPhone I find to be not for me, I see why for the average consumer it's a genius device. And I admit I'll miss the great looks and industrial design of Apple computers, but it just feels like it's compromising to stay with their computers. Maybe I'm a tweaker and a computer nerd at heart, and a PC just works better for me.