“Compared with Mac OS 9, running under OS X feels like someone smeared Vaseline all over my monitor. I have uncorrected vision, and I’d like to keep it that way as long as possible. But prolonged exposure to Mac OS X–particularly its anti-aliased text–really peeves my eyeballs. The abundant anti-aliasing is just one of the many problems I have with the Aqua interface. The gratuitous shadows around windows eat up screen real estate that I would rather keep to myself. I’m greedy with my pixels and don’t like it when Aqua absconds with them.” The editorial is at ZDNews, while OSNews reader Doug Gruber submitted the news for the second part of the story “Why I don’t own a Mac“.