Looks like Vista is having trouble managing traction among the faithful:
"The upshot is that even after nine months, Vista just ain't cutting it. I definitely gave Microsoft too much of a free pass on this operating system: I expected it to get the kinks worked out more quickly. Boy, was I fooled! If Microsoft can't get Vista working, I might just do the unthinkable: I might move to Linux."
Of course, notice how he's not willing to give in to the Mac just yet; the Apple-haters just can't let it go--they refuse to allow themselves to be seduced.
Meanwhile, the Mac, in all its beauty and elegance, continues to win over many MS-deluded sheep, even those that find small complaints in the Apple way of doing things:
The iMac deserves to be a strong contender for any PC user looking to get a new computer. If I was looking to replace my PC right now, I would be sorely tempted. Even the Windows software I've accumulated over the years isn't a real reason not to switch, because Macs can now run Windows, too (with some additional software purchases).