Please tell me you're not in your 80's. If you are, no offense. This Grandma I referred to was. She could hardly see or hear. Seriously. She was completely computer illiterate. I'm sure you're not. I've been designing for 20 years so I'm not too far behind you. The time whips by so quickly.
The thing with Snow Leopard is that it's just a partial upgrade, hence the name remaining in the Leopard family. It doesn't offer lots of new bells and whistles. It just operates much faster. Regardless, it's not about what it does, it about the five million dollars generated in $29 increments within three weeks.
Mac updates are free too. This is the first time this sort of this has been offered. I guess the upgrade is considered significant enough to warrant a payment, yet not enough to be called some other cat.
And I'm all for the WebAssist site being cleaner and easier to navigate. That's great. I just thought they were struggling to stay in business.