Obviously Apple has moved to a more frequent Mac OS X releasing strategy and i honestly can't understand the reason for this. Software obviously isn't Apple's main income source, even if it is it's not helping that much with the low prices compared to Microsoft's Windows 8 etc... So why would you release it every year? This is not a friggin sports game that needs to be updated with squads every year. People get the feeling it's not ready when you release it this often, and it usually isn't ready. I am opening this thread because we've seen the report on Mac OS 10.9 today. I mean Mountain Lion is pretty cool now and can't Apple just take the time and release it Spring 2014 or something? Didn't the schedules for this used to be every 1.5-2 years? Only reason i can find is Apple has a great, revolutionary, game changing, amazing Mac OS XI ready and they want to get rid of the middle versions quickly to get to 11. Any other ideas?