OK, so lets see if this works now.
I was given an iBook on Friday by someone at OSCon, so as you can guess I've been playing with it a fair bit. Here's some greivances:
1. Alt-tab to switch between apps (which is of course command-tab on apples) goes left to right through the docked applications. Braindead. It's *so* common to go from one application to another back and forth (perhaps cutting and pasting, perhaps just doing one thing while waiting for another), that in order for this to "just work" you need it to flip from one to the next like KDE and Windows do by default.
2. The dock needs to recognise
3. The track pad is too big.
4. No preview in file open dialogs (probably the thing I'll miss most from KDE).
5. Lack of free software. This is something I'll find hard to get used to. Fink is doing good things, but it's not exactly native OSX apps. For example, what do I use for an IRC client? Does everyone just buy ircle?
OK, enough for now - I do actually like it (mostly), although I am miffed about having to pay for an OS update (Jaguar) given that I've only just got this damn thing, though the new mail client looks worth the price alone.