David Pogue of The New York Times says there is one very important feature of the new iMac G5 that is being overlooked–Mac OS X. “The iMac’s sleek design may be its most attention-grabbing aspect. But if Apple succeeds in luring iPod fans into the cult of Mac, the feature that will ultimately make them happiest has nothing to do with quiet fans or thin power cords,” writes Pogue. “In the long run, they’ll benefit most from the iMac’s stealth feature: Mac OS X. Not only is this operating system rock-solid and, for a first-timer, much easier to understand than Windows, so far it’s also 100 percent free from viruses, Trojan horses, spyware and all the grief that comes with them.”