besides, there's a reason why mac systems aren't populated by games, and it isn't the 'games for windows' tag. problems such as the lack of a proper graphic API (linux uses openGL, i'm not even sure mac has that) or lack of desktop hardware will persist because macs are mostly only mobile (and even then, mac desktop workstations offer very little advantage over their laptops in terms of real-time graphic processing).
macs are essentially the middle ground for people that aren't savvy enough for neither linux nor windows. with what i have seen coming from the mac's userbase, i have lost all respect for them. plus, apple is a company that is rigid (and not adaptive) in it's principles, and i cannot for personal principles support this form of rigidity.
granted, windows isn't perfect, but it offers a more viable alternative from a business that at least dares to try new things. you should check out windows 7 when it comes out. rumor has it that it rivals OSX in stability. it should be noted that if windows restricted the users in the same way mac does, it could achieve the same stability as mac.
also, here's something:
One thing PC users can do that Mac users can't...