Two and a half years of waiting, and two million plus copies later, Leopard has made its way into many a Mac -- but are all its users completely satisfied? Probably not, but there's still a lot to love. Apple really did a spot-cleaning on OS X this time, and virtually every nook and cranny of the system has been tweaked, tuned, modified -- and in almost all cases improved. You don't need a lengthy review from the likes of us: if you're an Engadget reader and a Mac user, Leopard is a must-have. If you haven't already snagged it (or just wanted to read over some of the news you may have missed) check out our coverage roundup below.

Leopard: impressions, features, hardware, questions, and the BSOD icon
All about Leopard: gallery, apps, impressions
Leopard vs. Vista: feature chart showdown
Mini How-To: Remove the Windows BSOD icon in Leopard, make OS X a little less smug
We've got Leopard, what do you want to know?
Leopard on an 8 year old G4 Power Mac -- can it be done?

Sad Mac
RIP, Classic Mac OS: 1984 - 2007
Getting Leopard's BSOD? Try uninstalling APE.
Apple halts Boot Camp downloads ahead of Leopard's release

Everything else
Apple: 2 million copies of Leopard sold
Leopard reviews coming in, usual suspects agree: it's all gravy
Leopard hacked for Intel PC consumption
Leopard: final features and further upgrade details
Poll: How do you want us to cover Leopard?

Rumble on
Poll: OS war, 2007

Nostalgia
Post-Tiger wishlist from way back in 2005 -- we actually got some of the things we wanted!
Tiger Direct sues Apple over Tiger (and then calls it off)

ASUS' Eee PC now being served at NewEgg