I'm just wondering why people buy computers. Is it because: 1. Need 2. Specs 3. Name brand 4. Experience 5. Software It seems like plenty of people here put a lot of emphasis on specs, regardless of performance or experience. Since I work on Windows-based PCs all day, and use Mac-based PCs at home, I would never go back to Windows-based PCs. I find it so much easier and less complicated on the Mac. However, that is my experience. So many folks here complain about what specs Mac-based desktops and laptops don't have, and what should be in those computers that it dominates the conversation. If those who care about specs, could find it in a Windows-based PC, then they should consider (or get) a Windows-based PC. If enough of you do that, believe me Apple will get the message. As long as those people who keep complaining about what's not in Mac products, keep buying it, what incentive does Apple have to give you what you want. I love Apple-based products. But that is my opinion. I could never tell someone they are wrong for loving Windows-based PCs. Nor can I begrudge them for switching back to Windows-based PCs. However, the anger towards Apple makes no sense to me. Apple doesn't own anybody here anything. If you don't like their products, vote with your feet. Trust me, if enough of you do it, they will get the message.