I spend a lot of my time working in the graphics/publishing worl. This breakdown of ownership is not valid in my experience. Apple's market share is still fairly low on a percentage basis of all desktop computers, but there are still a whole lot of Macs out there. And in my opinion users tend to keep Macs in service much longer than they do the PC's. An interesting question would be what percentage of working Macs are running OSX vs OS9 these days? I keep an old G3 tower computer on hand to run OS9 when I need to but that is very infrequently now. I'd guess I have not booted that computer up for 6 months or so. Just today I read a news article stating that half of the 'business computers' in the US are not even capable of running Microsoft's VISTA. And by the way, I am in that +55 group. ;( Jens On Dec 7, 2006, at 8:23 AM, nk wrote: > I skimmed an article on one of the online mac zines saying > basically that most people using macs are older (55+) whereas > young computer users are favoring pee cees.