Having been an Apple user since the Mac 2ci, many moons ago, I always looked forward to the next version of the OS. Lion was no exception. This time, I am distressed to say, is different. Why am I posting this on the Mac Pro forum? Well, I been using a Mac Pro 3,1 for a few years now and was waiting patiently for the new Mac Pros to be announced so that I could upgrade to a new level of performance. Unfortunately, this means converting to Lion. It's bad enough that I have to deal with losing Rosetta (and Quicken 2007), now I have to deal with the iOS'ization of Calendar, Mail and Address Book. (ugh - three steps backwards in UI design, IMHO). And spaces works just fine for me. OK, there also are some significant advantages to Lion. End of rant. So I have a dilemma: Upgrade when the new Mac Pros come out (I don't especially care when) with all the undesired consequences. Or stick with the 2.8 GHz octo and Snow Leopard? Or buy a used box with the current architecture? I'm curious what others are thinking. Anyone with the same dilemma?