OS X is awesome ~ it's beautiful to look at and it's based on Unix. What more could you ask for? Windows XP looks good, RedHat 9 doesn't. Windows XP with Cygwin is almost tollerable, but you still have to type "cd c:" when you want to change drives. What bugs me about OS X is simple *nix things don't work on it. Integrating Apache + Tomcat is a 5 minute job on WinXP and RH 9, but I've spent the at least 10 hours trying to do it on OS X with no luck. I could post the errors here, but what good would it do? This kind of stuff just works on RH 9 and WinXP. Therefore, OS X sucks!
What am I ranting for? No reason really - it just sucks that I've spent so much time trying to do something that still doesn't work. This HowTo didn't help either (building from source had errors, no binary of Apache available). I guess this is all due to the fact that OS X has a 1% (maybe 2%) market share among developers?