Please be kind to me. This is my first post. I recently wiped my drive clean and did a "lean" and clean OS X 10.4.6 install. I did a custom install and unchecked the optional boxes for printers, additional fonts, X11 etc. When I updated from a downloaded 10.4.11 upgrade or used Software Update for the entire process (I did this 2x), the results were the same. The last update was the Java 6 pkg. Two minutes later my Library/Receipts folder shows pkg receipts for alot of items I never asked to be installed, including, but not limited to: 1) Every printer manufacturer pkg 2) BSDSDK, DeveoperTools, DevExamples, DevSDK, ServerAdminTools, ServerEssentials, ServerFatLibrary, ServerInternal, ServerSetup, ServerApplication, X11SDK, X11User 3) Additional Asian Fonts, Additional Essentials 4) Common Criteria, Common Access 5) Microsoft IE Explorer etc. Are these items automatically installed as part of the upgrade to 10.4.11? I am particularly concerned about the developer, server and X11 pkgs and what the heck is Microsoft IE doing as part of my install? My recollection was that there was no reference to any of this in the install logs. I checked the asl logs and thought I copied the logs for that 2 minute window, but today when I checked that file the time frame was missing. Am I being paranoid or is there cause for concern? Do other users have these same pkgs in their folders? I'd appreciate any advice or input.