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*scratches head and wonders what the above post even means*

The "Upgrade Version" is $35, for pre-existing Leopard owners. However, it will patch any Tiger 10.4 operating systems as well without issue. There's also the Mac Box Set, technically for 10.4.x owners who want Snow Leopard; also includes iLife '09 and iWork '09 for $199. That's the 'legal and safe' way of doing it if you're upgrading from 10.4.

Mac OS X 10.6.2 is already out, so if you buy 10.6.0, which is in the box, run Software Update after the install completes. So yeah, I guess you can say the "1.0" bugs are fixed...
 

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Worth noting, the $35 upgrade is also a full version install, and will install on a newly partitioned and formatted drive, in other words, it requires no previous version of OS X be installed.
 

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Worth noting, the $35 upgrade is also a full version install, and will install on a newly partitioned and formatted drive, in other words, it requires no previous version of OS X be installed.
+1..... just put in the Leopard Upgrade DVD in, run the utilities (restart), select disk utility, format your drive, restart/run installer again and it will do a full install on your clean drive instead of an upgrade.
 
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