This one pretty much says it all, folks. Great story. One quote:

“The OS X install program started. The techie who worked there pressed the continue button once or twice, agreed to the license agreement, and the installer did it’s work. The installer didn’t thrash at the disk for half an hour detecting hardware. The installer didn’t have to reboot the machine three or four times. There weren’t a lot of involved menus where you picked which pieces of the operating system you wanted to install or leave out. There was just a progress bar for a while, and then a dialog asking you to restart. The installer simply installed the operating system without a lot of theatrics.”