Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) is available in stores, and of course I've been playing with it for a bit. The new tabbed Terminal is great, having several terminal sessions all open in separate tabs instead of multiple windows is great, it really helps keep things organized.
Anyway, my first pass at upgrading my mail/web server from PPC 10.5 to Intel 10.5 went pretty well, everything actually seemed to launch and run correctly, web services worked, postfix was running, etc. Of course, I want to compile Intel binaries and not use the PPC codes, so I've been testing some installs. So far, most of them are going well, a few minor snags though, but I hope to have things working on the new hardware by the time the weekend is done.