Yeah, it's a question! And we should do it now becouse it's about to be lounch at the apple stores the newest one, this time, with a different perspective. Until Snow, a new Mac OS were always about new feautures for a new machine (more powerfull). Now is different, and supose to be a better Mac OS, not really a new one. So what's happening? Is this a 'mea culpa' for making Leopard so heavy? When, in the past, we're happy (...and didn't know)? I know Mac OS since version 7, buy my first iMac with 8.6, upgrade to 9, Jaguar, Panther, Tiger and buy a MacMini with Leopard. I beleive my iMac333 got today the best combination of OS 9 (very fast, more stable and compatible than previous) and Tiger (fast enought, very stable, good compatibility). My MacMini Core2Duo got a Leopard that is to heavy, should work better with more memory. My vote goes to Tiger. Smart, cool features, good performance and runs at any G3. What do you think?