- It feels faster than Tiger. May be imaginary...
- Non-beta Safari 3 has a number of improvements over the beta.
- Spotlight works better.
- Clever little things like 'all files modified today' accessible as smart folders.
- Stacks are actually pretty handy.
- Front Row is way better than the old one. Really. It's not comparable.
- Wireless menu no longer takes ten seconds to appear.
- As previously mentioned, Terminal has been much improved.
- Spaces could be nice, though I haven't used a multi-desktop interface in years.
- Cool default desktop background.
- Address book and similar launch faster.
- Broke LispWorks Personal and my old X11 emacs. I'm looking into Aqua and Carbon Emacs ports; I may end up installing a new X11 one.
- The interface looks a bit wrong. I suspect I will get used to this; it's mostly just that it's different from the old one.
- Cisco VPN client (a not completely new version) doesn't work. Apparently the very newest version does.
- Annoying 'this application is from the Internet' thing, a la Vista. I suppose it's for security, but I don't care for it.
- Sound occasionally stops working; apparently, this happens to a lot of iBook users.
- None. It's an Apple product; what did you expect?