There’s a copy of the Mac OS X Leopard Family Pack which will be making its way to me some time in the next two weeks from Amazon (since they’re slightly cheaper than the Apple Store). I settled for the family pack as although I don’t use my Mac Mini very much now, it’s cheaper than buying another copy later on. And if I ever pick up another Mac second-hand (can’t imagine I would but let’s assume for the sake of argument that I might) then I have some spare licenses to use on it.
Incidentally I’m trying to think of all of the features that appeared in Windows Vista (or XP) before they appeared in Leopard. So far I’ve got file backup*, library memory randomisation and digitally signed executables – any others?
* = This is a little unfair – though Windows has a backup tool, it’s got nothing on Time Machine.