posted on Aug, 24 2009 @ 02:20 PM
I'm not. Not not not. Not yet, anyway. I run on an early 2008 white Macbook, planning on getting a new MBP in two years (part of the reason I'm not
currently spending $170 to upgrade iLife, iWork, and the OS.)
It seems like there are some compatibility issues with programs, including Adobe Photoshop Elements, and all sorts of other things. I've held off
upgrading anything that isn't free, for the most part, just because... uh... everything works peachy over here, and I'm planning on shelling out a
good deal in another two years for a brand new system.
I am AFRAID that once this thing ships there will be mass chaos due to applications that are incompatible. And since I have the old touchpad (with the
click) it seems pointless to update to a system that is geared for the new touchpads. Apparently it might make things more difficult for me.
If you have a new Macbook, I'd say go for it. If you bought one in the past month you can get it for $10. It's only around $30 for anyone else. I
was debating updating iLife and iWork but I doubt I will. If an iWork '10 is in the works, I might upgrade to that. If they skip over it and there
will be an iWork '11, I will wait since I will be getting a new system.
Everyone's got these new laptops and new software and since my machine runs super fast for everything I use it for, and all my applications work, I
am going to sit tight and hold out. I have no problems with crashing and I'm worried that I might start having them if I upgrade my OS.