I finally got 10.5 installed on a machine at the office and though I've only been exploring for a day, and while there are a couple of nice new apps (Time Machine, for example,) it doesn't make me think "I've got to get this on my primary machine" like previous testing releases from Apple.
note: apparently I'm not allowed to talk about features in 10.5 that Apple have yet to describe publicly so I've removed the paragraph that was here and it sort of blunts my overall post but I'd rather not delete it completely..
What do you all think? Are there new features in Safari I'm missing? Or are they simply going to rev the version with each new OS version they ship?
I've heard a few people saying they don't think Firefox 2 is really that big of a jump from Firefox 1.0 and might not warrant the full version number bump. While I've only been playing with the Safari 3 app for a day, it sure doesn't feel a lot more usable than Safari 2. Are they ready for the big number 3? How much do you think should change for a full version bump, (bittorrent and widgets seemed to be enough to bump Opera from 8 to 9.)
Oh, and I really am interested in hearing from those of you on 10.5 about other features, apps, changes that I might find fun or useful. I'm also fully aware that Firefox 2 and Safari 3 are both still pre-release software and things will change for both before release.