Well, I WAS happy with my upgrade to Tiger, until I got around to doing a new lit search today and discovered I can't download articles (pdf files)! Every journal that's supposed to automatically download when I click the link the article just opens the pdf in Safari. So, I've been looking around Apple's support site, and sending them nasty bug reports (I don't care if they did it on purpose, it's pure pestilence as far as I'm concerned), and I don't think they left any way for me to tell Safari to NOT do this. The best I've managed to do is click on the link to a pdf, let it open in Safari, then open the contextual menu (right click or cmd click...whichever way you prefer), select "Open in Acrobat Reader" and then wait for it to open in Reader and then do "Save as copy" (I only have Reader at the moment, I'm waiting for the full version of Acrobat to arrive...apparently I never had it on my laptop, only my old office computer; I needed the full version so infrequently, I never noticed it wasn't ever installed ...anyway, that's neither here nor there). So, as you can imagine, this is NOT an efficient way of downloading articles I want to save on my computer. Sooo...is there a way to disable, kill, maim, or otherwise destroy this feature without destroying Safari? Alternatively, if I delete/uninstall the new version, will the older version still work with Tiger? There are nifty new features other than this idea that could have only come from a Microsoft spy posing as an Apple programmer so it would be such a shame to have to revert to the older version...but, this is one of those things that is incredibly important in my day-to-day work, and that I can't be spending a lot of time wasting when it used to work perfectly fine before someone started tinkering. If I have to ditch Safari, I would just die if I had to go back to using IE...so, is the Mac version of Firefox (or anything else that would suit this purpose) compatible with OS 10.4 now?