Other than that, it's pretty... and very... very configurable.
Now to see if this work... ::post::
Yeah, dashboard is more useful than I though. It's faster to look up a word that way, then to pull up quicksilver. I think. I don't use quicksilver to define things that often...
And heavens, it's pretty when I call it up. Someday, you may find me just watching it appear and disappear as I hit my F11 button over... and over... and over... and over...
And anyways. That... and I have to admit that searching seems much better now in Mail. And spotlight is useful in that it's built-in, so it's slightly, just _slightly_ faster than quicksilver when it comes to searching. Not as much functionality, but, well.. that's Apple for ya.
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I'd like to note that BT really is faster at home. Even with 4KB/s upload, I still get a pretty good download speed that I haven't seen elsewhere, ratio-wise, compared to the upload speed.
Final note... my computer _has_ gotten slower. Even with the 1GB of RAM? 10.3.9 was faster than 10.4. As in, menu bar thingies take longer to load... I can't open things and expect them to all open as soon as I click on them, like I (almost) was able to.......but meh, I'm too lazy to downgrade. And this Mail does look improved enough that I don't want to go back.