My dad has some short bursts of capitalistic mania every now and then, and today he suddenly bought a 2.4 15" MacBook Pro for himself. Perhaps because he's having surgery tomorrow, but it seems a bit abrupt anyways. So, the Apple store guy brings it out of the back, and I see the Tiger Aqua Blue on the box. I asked him if it had Leopard on it, and he said no, but there's the install disk that we'll put in. So, we take it home, and I take the Leopard disk out of the envelope, and there's a note in it. There's a big paragraph about how our new Mac didn't have Leopard when it left the factory, blah blah blah, and then there are these two steps: 1. Insert the disk into your Mac. 2. Double click the "Mac OS X Installer" icon and press Restart. So, I naturally assumed that this implied that you start up and set up your new Mac in Tiger, as the aforementioned steps imply that there's a Finder window involved. I put the disk in after setting up Tiger, and I double click the icon in the Finder window, and I restart, and it instantly spits out the disk and then sits on a grey screen for about a minute before booting into Tiger. I try it again and again, and the disk isn't recognised. I finally inserted it and booted the computer using the C key, and it spits it out again. I already have a copy of Leopard, so I'm just going to use that. I just wish they wrote their instructions better. I'm lucky I already have a copy for him.