Try for example and fire up the installer for an app, that has a license-agreement. Upon pressing "Next", you're prompted with this "I agree" and "I'm stupid and I don't want to install this software anyways"-buttons. This dialogue slides down from the top of Installer.apps window in Jaguar, while it rolls down, more or less in 3D in Panther.
That's at least the effect I talk about
The implementation of Samba, and generally network-browsing is a whole world better than anything else MacOS. Even better than Windows too, because instead of displaying everything very similiar to local folders, you're instead getting a connect-window in the next column in column-view. You do not mount these as a volume.
However, it's very buggy still. I'm on a network with ~50 PC's here, I can connect to a whole lot of them, but whenever I try to open f.ex. a folder, it disappears instead of opening. Weird stuff
And that's so far the only bug I've discovered yet in 7b44 (installed an hour ago). It's Snappy and nice as $/)%/$, but I cannot comment on whether it's snappier or nicer than the previous builds, because this is the first I've installed.
One hell of an OS!