Andrew explains why people should swith to a Mac. And I totally agree with him: near to zero administration, cool user interface, innovative tools, powerful Unix system, etc.
And it all
just works. Really.
On this matter, some people at the
GT have seen my
tiny bluetooth mouse. There's an interesting story behind it: I bought it to a colleague who had been desperately fighting with drivers and configuration on both Windows and Linux without managing to establish a connection. I said "hey, let's try with the Mac", opened the Bluetooth preference panel and 10 seconds later, the connection was established and I was happily mousing around.
Get a Mac, it allows you to
just work. And fast, as your overall efficiency is not measured by raw CPU power but by how the system helps you and avoids going in your way.