Wow... I thought switching to the Mac would be easy coming from Windows... but the Mac doesn't even have the Windows Add/Remove Program feature. So far it seems I have to hunt down a ton of pieces to every Mac program I install when I'm done using it. Don't get me wrong, there are misbehaved Windows programs that leave tracks around your system but nothing as bad as I've seen so far on the Mac. Tell me there's an easier way to uninstall software than: Delete .app from Applications Folder Search Application Support and remove anything with the same name Search Preferences and the rest of Library and remove anything with the same name Remove any Document directories created by some programs Hope no system preferences were altered... Seems like the Mac gets cluttered a lot worse than a Windows machine would. I haven't decided to switch back to Windows but this is a huge strike for the Mac. Can anyone recommend 3rd party programs to fix this obvious oversight. Thanks, Cliff.