It's interesting to think about what Mac OS X will be like when it reaches version 10.7. I'd like to hear about what you think will be the next [big & drastic] innovative features Apple will come up with. Lets talk about the "drastic" innovations here, not like "spring loaded dock folders". Please keep your posts serious and practical for this thread. Just in looking at the history of Mac OS X, I see that 10.0 was really not that great, and 10.1 was still greatly lacking. It's almost like Apple had to take a step backward with the Macintosh operating system to take three steps forward (meaning the transition from System 9). In my perception, Mac OS X really became mature with the release of Jaguar. But it still seems like a few other important, but not essential, features (user switching, exposé) are being finished off with Panther. With this, it's interesting to think about what Apple will do after these "no brainer" features are implemented. There's only so much you can do with an operating system, when you need to really start brainstorming. Unlike Windows, where their new versions can advertise improved security and stability, Mac OS X really is beyond those problems. So what can you do to an operating system after it seems like you've exhausted it's possibilities? That's the question I'd like to hear you folks tackle. Just to get it started, here's three ideas I have: 1. Ground braking, built-in "voice-to-text" engine technology. 2. Realtime ("true") multitasking (i.e. dual mouse input) 3. iSight face recognition software for system security.