I'm sitting here right now on an old system using Snow Leopard. This is disgusting. Everything's fast. The system is hauling. I have no bugs. I have no delays. I have no spinning beach balls. I'm using next to no memory. It just works. My question is why? How did Apple go from producing a tight, high performance OS to the type of stuff we're getting from them now. Last night I was using El Capitan and doing nothing more than e-mail and I think I had this site open in Safari, and the system was using over 4GB or RAM just for that, and as usual, it was creeping along like cold molasses. Where and why did Apple go wrong? Bad or sloppy developers? Are they spitting out code so fast to keep up with their new "annual release every year" program that they don't have time to fix or optimize anything?