On Windows weekly you lamented that Apple was forward thinking by just making changes and leaving the past behind. You compared this to Microsoft as being behind the times by not being able to do this. Remember that Microsoft’s largest customers are bushiness. Many of these have critical line of business software that would be very costly to replace. Do you think that a company that still have OS370 software written in COBOL would be willing to throw it out just because a vendor says that it is old fashion. This is what Apple would tell a company to do.