There is a lot of cool whiz-bang gadjety shite in Tiger, but the newer iLife apps aren't included? WTF? What exactly are the big selling points?
OK, for 130 bucks I can search my entire hard drive! Wow! Oh wait, I can do that now, even though the thing I'm looking for usually takes a whole 3-5 seconds to pop up.
Well, Dashboard is cool, cuz It sure is expensive to get the weather, stock ticker and yellowpages at yahoo, excite, or 50 other sites. For that money, I hope the calculator won't be as flaky as previous versions.
Safari RSS: well if I cared that much about it, I'd be using another browser by now.
iChat AV: Ok, cool app for people who use it. Nice for corporate types who were actually long-sighted enough to buy Apple.
Automator: If someone is that big of a geek, that they do ultra-repetitive tasks, they either have figured out Apple Script, or they use a pallette to do it; i.e. Photoshop.
QuickTime 7: I'm sure it's a nice upgrade. Will they be able to convince anyone (content providers) to switch from Real and Windows?
.Mac Sync: Nice if you move alot of files around. Yet one more reason to pay for a .Mac membership every year.
Mail: Cool, I can organize my mail into folders, just like I could before! And search?! Stop you're killing me! Ooh... Cool new buttony interface- here's my money!
Don't get me wrong I love Apple, But I when it seems that they're holding back on a "name" upgrade, it makes me a little sarcastic.
(I'm awaiting the agonized replies of "but Tiger goes to eleven"