In a program, like Illustrator or Photoshop, when you choose a palette that has a dropdown (like blends in PS or transparency in AI) you can only pick one at a time. On a PC the menu stays selected so I can use the arrow keys to cycle through. This is one features I'm hoping is hidden or a workaround is available since clicking & dragging sucks. The other is I need to find a mouse that is: 1- multi-buttoned & recognized by the Mac 2- is very sensitive & presise 3- is comfortable to use for a long period I went through a few mice this week, trying different kinds. I have my old Logitech Click Plus which is wireless optical. It takes (2) AA's which make the back heavy & cause strain after an hour or so of design work. I tried the often-hyped MX1000 laser mouse and loved the precision and the fluid movement. But the dropoff in the back was too sharp so my wrist was at an odd angle, plus the area for the thumb was too narrow. I tried some MediaMouse that Logitech also sells and, while it felt great to hold and the precision was OK the mouse wouldn't register clicks on the Mac (I used it on the PC at work & it was fine). And to boot, the buttons required some work to push depending on where you rested your hand, so again, it lead to a sore arm/fingers. I like the look of that "The Mouse" mentioned in the BT mouse thread, but not sure if I like the Mac mouse shape (never used the one that came w/the G5). Any recommendations?