Reread your history books. Adobe has done the bare minimum to support the Mac platform for over a decade now and has done far more to promote their Windows products for a long time now.
- Late to deliver OS X native apps
- Late to deliver Universal binaries
- Late to deliver 64-bit apps (and most of CS5 is still only 32-bit!)
- Acrobat Pro on the Mac has always been watered down and overpriced
- Adobe's engineers and marketing people have long pushed the Windows versions of their apps over the Mac versions. Their Illustrator and Photoshop people have definitely done this.
- And on and ond...
Maybe you should try opening the history books, pal.
CS3 was released as a Universal Binary, and was the first product released by Adobe after Apple made the switch to Intel. How can you complain about that? Did you expect them to fully re-program CS2?
Do you realize iTunes and Final Cut are still 32-bit apps, and Apple only updated Finder to 64-bit about 6 months ago?
If Adobe can deliver Premiere and After Effects as 64-bit apps while constrained by Apple's secrecy in telling people wtf is up with the platform's roadmap, while Apple itself hasn't updated FC to 64-bit, that should make it obvious that Adobe is working their asses off on the Apple Platform.
Acrobat Pro is identical on the PC and Mac other than cosmetic issues.
Please provide evidence of Adobe pushing Windows Versions over OSX. Their website doesn't mention operating systems, except as an option when purchasing, and most of the demo videos on their site are running OSX versions of CS5.
Do i even need to mention that Apple only opened exposed the basic API Adobe needs to get Flash performance/power consumption at Windows levels with 10.6.3 about a month ago?
Anyways, feel free to go back to your Kool-Aid