I'm writing this from my new Mac Mini (arrived yesterday) and so far so good. I've updated to Mountain Lion for free and have a few apps that are upgrading as I type. I've got a few questions which I assume are basic, and forgive me for not searching first but the first question should indicate why... 1. Can I make the default text bigger whilst keeping the same screen resolution? I'm plugged in to a 40@ Panasonic Vierra in the living room so this all looks very small. I've found the zoom but I really could do with the text etc. just being bigger in the first place (without me having to resort to 1024px x 768px. 2. How do I set this keyboard to UK layout? I have set it to British etc. but my @'s and my " are all messed up? 3. Is there an easy way of syncing my iPhone contacts to the Mac? I bluetoothed the phone and it appears to have synced my reminders (perhaps that was through the cloud though?) but not my contacts or calendars. To be clear, on my iPhone I check about 5 different email accounts on which I also import contacts, calendars, notes etc. I'd like the Mac set up to check and sync the same. Is there a way I can copy all the settings from the iPhone easily? Come to think of it, is there a way I can copy my contacts to my iPhone instead of only seeing them in Exchange (that way they would be available in iCloud too)? 4. In Garageband is there a way of knowing what loops go with others? I tried @piano 1@ with @bassline 1@ for example and they clashed. Surely there's a button that says something like @You picked piano 1 - here's all the loops that match that chord progression/melody@ 5. What is iLife 11 and should I have it? I can't find anything called iLife yet keep seeing it mentioned online. 6. How do you open a new tab in safari and how do I sync my history in the same between my iPhone and Mac? 7. What cool tricks am I missing? Is there a @set-up your mac OS guide for newbies@? Cheers everyone. I know it's a lot of questions but I'll need to check for replies on my Laptop as the text is too tiny on this machine to be able to comfortably read.