The next version of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard will be released in 10 days for $158 ($249 for a family pack o’ licenses). You already know what’s coming in Leopard: Time Machine backup, iChat improvements, a shiny (but not all that useful) Desktop and Dock, the final release of Boot Camp, and a much-improved, iTunes-like Finder. But what’s the feature that will get you to fork over your hard-earned cash?
Any other features making you look twice at the Leopard? Any Tiger fans holding out on the upgrade till the last minute? You know where to sound off.