I love all of the new features of Leopard, but I feel like that feeling of rock-solid stability in Tiger is no longer there- it was indescribable, but I think others noticed that it was missing in Leopard. I send an email to all of the high-up people at Apple: Dear Steve, Tim, Phil, Bertrand and the rest of the Apple Team, First of all, I'd like to thank all of you for your efforts on many phenomenal operating systems over the years and I really appreciate all of your hard work that makes my use of the "personal computer" so much more enjoyable. Although Leopard definitely has some mind-blowing new features that not only make our lives easier but puts it light years ahead of the competition, I think there's something missing. Mac OS X "Tiger" had something really special- it was this indescribable feeling of stability that made it such an incredible OS to use. I'd like to ask you guys, what happened to this feeling? I really miss Tiger. (Not to mention its spotlight window.) I mean there was just something about it that gave you this awesome feeling when you used it, and it's just not there anymore. I know Leopard and its new features are awesome and I'm not discrediting any of that, it's just something was lost in this new OS- that rock-solid stability that not only I, but the entire Mac community miss dearly. So, even though I really appreciate your hard work into these compelling features that make Mac OS X so great, I'd like to know what happened to that "rock-solid" feeling, and I truly hope that it will once again rise in a future OS. And sure enough, about 20 minutes later I get an email back from Bertrand Serlet (Senior Vice President Mac Software David, What specifically do you feel is not rock-solid in Leopard? Is it a specific application, or set of applications? Something else? Thanks for the help getting to the bottom of this, -- Bertrand So, I was wondering if you guys could help me (and Bertrand) try to fill put that Tiger feel back into Mac OS X?