It's sad that I keep a really powerful PC around for certain video tasks when I really like the video tools on the Mac so much more.
Also, don't need Linux. It's needlessly frustrating and unless you want to run a server on an x86 platform there's no reason to bother. I would rather run Apache on a Mac than on a Linux-powered PC any day, because I don't have to stumble around the Operating System, calling Linux gurus for help, and generally feeling like an idiot. The other OSes have their learning curves, but with Linux it's needlessly difficult.
That said, I do like the occasional use of Gimp, so I use OSX's implementation of X-Windows and use Fink to translate the Linux version of it for use on PPC. Linux programs in Mac OS! Yay! I've also tried KDE. Although 99% of the time, I've found the Made For Mac programs are better.
Though I can operate on both platforms with ease, I am a Mac person and prefer OSX over any Windows OS.
At home I am running an old Blue and white G3 tower with OS 10.2
At Work I am unfortunately still running 9 on a G4. Not my computer, I don't make the descisions. I still prefer any MAC OS over a Windows interface though.
Yay! I just bought my first Mac (after having used them at school since the dawn of time). A 15 inch PowerBook G4, with Tiger on the way. It's all ridiculously expensive, but let's just say I haven't missed that stupid dog in Windows's search utility yet... I can't get over how quiet this thing is. A week ago, you could hear the PC in my room from two blocks away. And it boots in like three seconds, without that ugly DOS rolling by like the credits of an artsy film.
Hard to believe only one in every thirty people (or similar) uses Mac.