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If you have an extra partition, you can install Leopard on it and try it out. That way you can see how it works for you and if you enjoy the new features.

Although many people have had problems, probably just as many have had smooth installations and only good experiences. I'm using Leopard now to rewrite my ebook on Mail and so far everything's working fine on my latest installation of 10.5. Of course, I'm a bit of a coward and I'm not syncing my iDisk or using my iPod with Leopard, but Mail and Safari seem to be working okay.

Good luck.


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