First, we had the inevitable compatibility issues where several vendors, among them FileMaker, said that their applications may not work right on the new OS.
Then we get reports that upgrading to Leopard can leave some machines with a blank blue screen. This was eventually blamed on the third-party Application Enhancer utility, though the company that makes AE swears up and down that its software is not responsible.
Next, we get word that the firewall in Leopard lets more things through than a third-string goalie.
And this was after Apple took an extra four months to fix things.
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