Wasn't the last time Apple released an "upgrade" it in fact was the full version?
Apple released 10.1 as a free upgrade CD for 10.0 users, in addition to the US$129 boxed version for people running only Mac OS 9. It was discovered that the upgrade CDs were actually full install CDs that could be used with Mac OS 9 systems by removing a specific file; Apple later re-released the CDs in an actual stripped-down format that did not facilitate installation on such systems
Loc: Finland, on the Arctic Circle
Nah, I guess I'm quite cool with this setup now for a while. Quite happy with this thing too. I can live w/o the FW800 as I don't have any FW peripherals. I'm also bound by slightly different terms and legslation now since I ordered this via my small business (to get the tax write-offs and such), so I am not a private person customer, but a business customer.
I purchased as a business customer a tower which upgraded ten days later. I called and locked in on a return before the 14 calendar day refund ran out. Opened incurs a 10% restocking fee. Mine was opened but they waived the restock fee since they could not deliver for a few weeks.
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