I may be in the minority here, but I find OSX font rendering problematic and inferior to Windows Cleartype. Not unusably bad, but I do a lot of work online, reading reports, doing emails and spreadsheets, reading Macrumors in my free time. After a long work day I feel a lot of eye fatigue with OSX, sometimes to the point of a migraine coming on. Not so with windows. Searching for more information, I came across these: http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/000884.html http://www.atpm.com/12.01/paradigm.shtml Now at least I know I'm not crazy! I've read before that OSX screen drivers are worse than Windows, and to me Windows has more pop and visual clarity. Not a big deal, but the poor sub-pixel rendering (a term I picked up researching this) actually is a big deal. I don't want to finish off every day with eyestrain and a pounding headache. For those who are developing for Snow Leopard, will Apple address this problem? While this may not seem like a game-changing feature or innovation, it has a huge effect on the daily usability of any OS.