And this is exactly the mindset why Linux on the desktop will not grow in marketshare. It's never, "ok, indeed, we have too many regressions, let's fix that", but always "system Windows/OS X is at least as bad". If that were true, OS X wasn't so popular among developers and even non-developers. The common mantra you hear from techie OS X users is "it's a stable system with third-party software, but I can still open a terminal". I realize that the comparison is not totally fair, since Apple has a very small variety of hardware to target, but there is plenty to learn even software-wise.