Of course, it's the small things that are driving me nuts.
1. Home sharing. Was working beautifully, and now doesn't. No idea why not. And of course it stopped after ripping my entire CD collection and all CDs moved to the attic. And after my home music strategy was changed to relying on the mac with the ripped music.
2. Bluetooth. Randomly my MacBook decides that it has no Bluetooth. So I have to put my keyboard and mouse away, dig out the wired versions, and use until the laptop decides that yes, it does indeed have Bluetooth (the MacBook has an external monitor attached most of the time).
3. Bluetooth again. When the MacBook does decide that Bluetooth works, it used to be that the moment I hit a key on the keyboard it would work. Now, it can take seconds. If I spot it, fine. If not, then I have to go back, figure what I was dong.
Ok, all small things in the grand scheme of things, but deeply irritating. It's this sort of stuff that drove me away from PCs. And no, I don't download suspect applications etc. All the applications i use I've used for years so the problems above are not due to me changing the system.
So is it time to drop the tag? Will we start to suffer the PC symptoms of random little problems that take away the sheer pleasure of using OSX?