This is just something I raised up at the LeopardRebirth thread, but let me get into this here because I think this could be a fully-fledged topic on its own... What do you think it would take to optimize, tune, tweak, and potentially bug-fix Leopard for it to raise to Snow Leopard level speeds, stability, reliability, etc... Because, I've removed the Intel code from Universal Binaries system-wide via Monolingual (it didn't help), pre-binding has obviously become obsolete long ago, and repairing permissions, Onyx, etc. are all simply temporary solutions. We need to think of more avenues. And don't question that, because I KNOW this community is capable of great things. It is certainly *possible* to achieve this goal, and it COULDN'T be *too* massively difficult. The question is... How? How might we?