John Siracusa has an excellent Jaguar article over at Ars Technica. A long read, but worth it. One highlight:
"And forget about any truly forward-looking features akin to Copland's saved searches or BeOS's metadata-powered custom views. Put simply, the Finder, once the crown jewel of the Mac user interface, no longer seems to be a priority at Apple."
And don’t miss this gem:
"I'll be damned if I'm going to use antialiased text or anything larger than a 9pt font on a Unix command line. [...] Is there a special MAKE_SPACING_NOT_LOOK_LIKE_ASS flag that they're using?"