Is this your first Mac? If so, are you having an easy or difficult time adjusting to the differences in the user interface and operating systems? What are the noticeable differences and habits you'll need to break yourself of while using the Mac?
If not your first, how different is it from your other Mac?
This is my second one. I couldn't stand the first one because I had to work and didn't have time to adjust to all the differences.
The Mac is so much better. I changed back to the Mac because Windows and all the related programs kept crashing and it was frustrating.
I read the little manual and use the Help button quite a bit right now, but it's wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. Lots of things are automatic - like it recognized my printer immediately and I didn't have to download a thing. The mike and speakers are great, and it has a built-in video cam.
I also downloaded a free Office program (NeoOffice) which mimics Word, Excel and PPS. Free!! No problems at all. It opens and reads all my files.
Still a little adjusting and learning to do, but so easy.
People who use Macs generally don't revert to PCs, and there is no problem file-sharing between the two. It's just so much more reliable than any PC I've ever used.
I imported all my iTunes, photos, favourites (bookmarks) and cookies... takes no time at all. And I'm learning to use the calendar, mail, address book and other features (keystrokes) bit by bit.
This one cost me about $1200 and I had a 15% discount through a friend. Online, you can order them for about $1225 (with a 2 GB upgraded RAM - it comes with 1 GB).
The other thing is that Macs don't depreciate the ways PCs do. People keep them forever and just upgrade their programs when notified (it's automatic).
Are you thinking of getting one?