Hi, I'm a PC. (well I used to be. ) I'm a recent convert from Windows to Macintosh. I'm loving the simplicity and the elegance of Mac. So I'm basically a heavy keyboard user, use mouse only when necessary. I'm used to customizing my Windows machine to death. I liked controlling Windows via command line, registry, Group policies etc. However after spending some time with Windows, I decided to switch to Mac. I hope this is the right place for help with some newbie questions. Now some questions. 1. A dialog box with few options like Shutdown, Restart, Cancel etc. How can I alternate between the options using the keyboard? I thought of using TAB key for this...In my experience it worked only for dialog boxes in Opera, and just a few other dialogs but for most part, I was unable. 2. How to view total size of a several folders of files together? I selected a few items and clicked "get info" but it opened one window for each. I wanted to know the total size of them together? 3. On Finder, is it possible to browse the system solely using keyboard? Perhaps some kind of text area where I can type in a particular path I want to go to? I am aware of the "GO to folder" option in finder but that's not exactly what I'm looking for.. Apple+F does open finder and TAB only takes me to the search box. Unable to navigate after that.. 4. Any way of starting an application by typing its name or its location? 5. Is it possible to browse the menus on a particular application? Like a shortcut expands the FILE menu and from there I can jump to the next menu of that application and continue? I found I must use the mouse to click on a menu and only then I can use the keyboard.. 6. When it comes to resizing windows, I suppose I must go to that lower right hand corner and resize? 7. Both Return/Enter keys renames files and folders as opposed to start or open them? So how can I start or open files without mouse? I suppose that's enough for my first dose of Mac experience. Hope someone can enlighten me further. thanks in advanced.