After watching the keynote and looking extensively into Leopard, I first must applaud Apple. Tell me what you think about this, but I know how Apple bashes Windows for coping them and taking old technology. But from the keynote it appeared like Apple took a lot of things from Windows. Of course they made it better, but the concepts were really first adopted by Windows. 1) Time Machine - Extended version of Window's System Restore since XP. I don't know why everyone bashes it, every time I used System Restore it always worked for me. 2) Update iChat - Ok this has definitely been apart of Windows Netmeeting. I always used to conference and share Desktop to work on my families computers around the world. 3) Parental Control - Probably a given now adays, but Windows Vista looks like it definitely has more innvoativation and control behind this one. As I can tell from the betas. 4) Spaces - Almost every version of Linux/Unix has the four different desktops switching. 5) Widgets - OK i know old topic, but when the VP said "Gadgets aren't the same thing as widgets", to make a joke that Vista copied OSX, I was just thinking how they took the idea from Konfabulator. Ok, now I am a huge mac fan. I am not saying this is not a major improvement and I am glad they incorporated this, but just to look at it from a overlook. So I am not sure if this was more innovation as it was improvement from past. I love how apple takes advantage of new technology that no one really perfected until they come out with a solution (ipod, 64bit, huge monitors, etc.) I would just like to see what you guys think about this. Thanks.