You mean Tiger? I probably will, as they always introduce just enough features to whet my apetite. I use iChat/iSight a fair amount, and see the multi-user video conf. being a fun feature. Also, file sharing with Windows is still quirky, even in Panther, so any improvements they make there would come in handy. The dashboard is great, though Konfabulator offers similar functionality currently. Lastly, I occaisionally see software that will not run in previous versions of OS X, so I'd like to stay current. We're still a long ways away from Tiger though, so we'll see what else they come up with.babak said:Speaking of Mac...Are you going to get the next OS upgrade? I'm happy with the current one and not sure if the upgrade is going to do much.
Sweet... what do you do for a living?babak said:Twin G4 867's powermac, 12 inch Powerbook, Airport extreme. Still have my old displays, keep talking myself out of the newer ones as I end up spending the money on peripheral stuff, i.e. Airport Express when it starts shipping to rig the house for wireless music. I'm going to relegate the powermac to run the home entertainment stuff. Split between a set of Definitive tech Mythos Four speakers or a pair of Bowers and Wilkins 603's.
I bought the twin 867 right before it was discontinued. Had some serious misgivings about it, but I think I did the right thing instead of going for higher clocked G4's, early G5's. I think it'll comfortably serve me well for several years. The Powerbook is my primary machine. I'm an eyeball mechanic, mostly anterior segment, cornea and cataract stuff.Little Bastard said:Sweet... what do you do for a living?
Here's my baby.... the screen is a Philips 200p3 21".