Up to now, I have been biting my tongue when it comes to wannabees slamming developers.
We have Macs and PCs, but only PCs for stress. (Clients think we need them) However try to get the staff to work on the PCs when they know it is much easier, more beautiful and less hassle to compile on the Mac side.
At the same time, however, we don't tolerate, 'until they do this or that, then your screw them attitude.'
As for Adobe, there isn't a professional graphic designer that I know of that doesn't appreciate the comprehensiveness of their programs and more importantly, how they have affected our futures and bottom lines. Adobe, has always been a close friend of the Mac, and in fact has reiterated time and time again, that if it weren't for Steve Jobs and the Mac, they would be non-existant.
For you to suggest that we should abandon our appreciation for Adobe's Mac products because they not on a par as you have somehow pre-determined with their Windows offerings, tells me that you are an absolute selfish ill-informed ignoramis. And trust me, my words are guarded.