I know. I'm going to get another gigabyte of RAM so I can run a couple more things with just that little bit more of speed that I need. Anyways, I did get a beta of Mountain Lion on my Mac. Project Mountain Package, if I can recall it correctly, was the name. I had it, and I needed to install some .kext files to make my graphics card supported. Unfortunately, it made it worse than the graphics already were, so I had an unsupported graphics card, meaning when I went to Safari, and many other highly used applications, they all came up as nothing more than black pixels on the screen. A blank Safari meant no internet. I then gave up at that point. Haven't touched Mountain Lion since then. Oh well. What a great Mac. For 6 years, she ran OS X, but her day had to come. And so, tomorrow, I can officially call my Mac outdated, by Apple's standards, that is.