sounds like you got vista!
Heh, no, just a long line of Windows machines ('95, '98, 2K, XP, Vista, 7) until my company bought me a 17" MacBook Pro. ;) Although I maintain the best of multiple worlds, with VMWare on the MBP running Win7 as a virtual machine (and XP, and Xubuntu Linux, and the preview of ChromeOS...)
Although I have my problems with Apple as a company (I think the most recent update to Snow Leopard injected some code that makes the Gecko engine, the HTML renderer for Mozilla products, crash. It doesn't affect Google Chrome, as it would be self-sabotage, since Chrome and Safari both use Webkit!) their products just WORK, and do what they say out-the-box. My first PC that came with a DVD drive wasn't capable of playing DVDs without a new video card and/or more RAM, but was promoted as a 'DVD PC'!
While that's not Micro$oft's fault (it was an HP, so they're to blame for semi-false advertising) it was at one time a rampant problem because of the open IBM-clone market. By keeping their hardware in-house and proprietary, Apple can exert better control over how their systems are engineered and advertised - they'll do what it says they do, guaranteed.
Hrm... this really kinda derailed the topic - maybe we need a 'general discussion' area I can then split and move this to, huh Ice?
Anyway, to bring it back on topic, I wonder if the Mac version will have a pre-order promo figure (whether it be the same orange spaceman or something different...)