While all the little problems that people have with Classic was to be expected, do we really have much to worry about in the future? Once all of the programs that we use on a day to day basis develop OS X native programs, there really should be no need to use Classic at all. The downside is that Apple must expect that everyone will be willing to shell out cash to upgrade all of their software, which could cost a pretty penny. I'm just hoping that this procedure is quick and painless, because I don't want to have to be dependant on Classic once OS X 1.0 is launched. It's only purpose is a smooth transition to new software. And I can only hope that our favorite software will include Save As options for operating systems below X.