Two of Macworld's top OS gurus - Scot Finnie and Ken Mingis - put their heads together to develop a list of 15 things they feel Apple should consider fixing or changing with the upcoming release of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, due sometime in Spring 2007. The interesting thing here is that these editors sit on two different sides of the OS fence; one is a Mac OS X guru, while the other knows all things Windows.
The two have put together quite an interesting list, ranging from the basic necessities all the way up to UI inconsistencies and fundamentals that can sometimes derail an otherwise pleasant Mac OS X experience. It's a good read, though a bit long. Also, as a sidenote, Computerworld loses 10 points for employing the lame technique of spanning articles across pages to boost page views and ad impressions.