I can't think of a simpler and more basic programming problem than being able to wake up your mac when the screen saver is on. Move the mouse...press a key on the keyboard...click the mouse, pretty basic, right? You would think so. But apparently Apple developers are incapable of performing this most fundamental and mindbogglingly simple task. My screen saver comes on after a few minutes of idle time, and no power in the universe can wake up the computer and get it to come out of screen saver mode. I have to hit the power button and threaten to turn the damn thing off to get its attention. I'm not running any applications. No mysterious background tasks, just a plain and simple desktop with a basic apple-provided screen saver. Don't ever let anyone tell you that the developers of the mac operating systems are clever. They can't even pull off this kindergarten programming task. This is pathetic.