I do plan on writing a full review in a few weeks but I just have to say that I think there's a very happy relationship brewing between me and my Mac. Setting it up couldn't have been easier. It paired with my wireless mouse and keyboard flawlessly. No Windows setup routine which I recall took a really long time to sit thru last time I bought a PC. Just plugged it in, turned it on and off I went...no found new hardware dialogs, pop ups or annoyances. The printer, the external drive. They just worked. Most amazing to me is how the Mac recognized my internet connection. All I had to do was select the type of connection that it was, unlike when I had to setup the connection on my PC which required input of dhcp client ID and some other stuff I don't remember. Amazing. So far, I'm finding the transition to the Mac very easy. OSX is quite intuitive. I had a brief moment of confusion installing my first program (firefox) but quickly figured out what I did wrong and I didn't at first realize that closing a program window wasn't the same as quitting the program, but now I'm control+clicking my way thru open programs. Maybe I'm just behind the times and this can be done with any old mouse, but I've never had a mouse that scrolls horizontally. Might only be new to me, but it's very cool. Haven't installed or used any big programs yet but that's coming soon....just getting familiar with the Mac and liking it a lot so far.