So I got a Mac. Yes, I sure did. But, there are a few things I still have not gotten yet, and was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction? The home key really should take me to the beginning of a line, and the end key should take me to the end of a line. Neither does. Is there a way to do that? In both Linux and Windows, to get to the title bar in a browser, Alt-d does it, but I can't seem to find a keyboard shortcut to do it on my Mac. Is there one? When I have something running that has full control over the screen, how do I switch back to the "desktop' or whatever its called on the Mac so that I can run something else? In Windows, with nothing else running, you can use "Windows-D" and on Linux "Ctrl-Alt-D" so I figure there's gotta be a way. So - I'll say this. This Mac seems like a pretty solid piece of equipment. The graphics are actually better than people said, and it plays games nicely. Its not too bad to navigate around OSX (I figure because of my time in Linux it was a fairly easy switch), and once I got rid of that stupid ass "Mighty Mouse" things were much better. The keyboard is much easier to type on, and I don't typo much anymore (I type really, really, really fast, and usually typo every 3rd word somehow or another usually. Now I type just as fast and typo every 20th word or so). I'm going to install XPlane here in a moment to see how it looks, but I'm guessing it will look/operate pretty good. So my Mac Fears appear to have been mostly unfounded. Is this the point where I'm supposed to tell a bunch of PC users that they're losers and just don't get it, or do I have to wait for a few years to become a fanboy?